BBC "must release emails that helped stars avoid tax": MPs put pressure on corporation

BBC 'must release emails that helped stars avoid tax': MPs put pressure on corporation Corporation refuses request from MPs to see correspondence between BBC tax advisers and staffDecision not to publish is further damaging trust in BBC, politicians sayEmails are linked to stars paid via service companies, a set-up that could allow them to avoid tax and national insurance BBC Trust says auditors have looked at emails and found nothing suspicious By Paul Revoir PUBLISHED: 11:20 GMT, 2 January 2013 | UPDATED: 00:58 GMT, 3 January 2013 Under fire: BBC Trust finance chief Anthony Fry has rejected a request to hand the emails to MPs and has not read them himself The BBC is facing pressure from MPs to publish emails that could show the broadcaster gave the opportunity to two of its performers to avoid tax.

Jimmy Savile"s private letter to former Prime Minister Mrs Thatcher released but other correspondence censored two months ago after child abuse…

Censored, Savile's private letters to Mrs Thatcher: Files edited two months ago… AFTER child abuse claims surfacedLetter from Jimmy Savile to former PM released under 30-year ruleDeclares his love for her in gushing 1980 note written following a lunchAlso refers to his 'girl patients' and says 'they all love you'But other correspondence between the two has been censoredSavile spent 11 consecutive New Year's Eves with Mrs Thatcher | UPDATED: 00:15 GMT, 28 December 2012 A letter thought to mark the beginning of the warm relationship between Margaret Thatcher and Jimmy Savile has been made public for the first time.

Moors murderer Ian Brady DID write letter about location of Keith Bennett"s body, police believe

Moors murderer DID write letter about location of Keith Bennett’s body, police believeJackie Powell claimed a letter existed in Channel 4 documentary this yearDetectives initially dismissed idea a 'cruel ruse' but now think it existed Envelope found with words 'to be opened in the event of my death' | UPDATED: 16:24 GMT, 17 December 2012 Ian Brady is now believed to have written a letter about the location of Moors murder victim Keith Bennett, pictured, though police doubt it contained an 'X marks the spot' Police now believe child killer Ian Brady did write a letter about the location of the body of Moors murder victim Keith Bennett. Jackie Powell, Brady's former mental health advocate, made the claim in a controversial Channel 4 documentary earlier this year. Detectives initially dismissed the idea as a ‘cruel ruse’ – but now they say they have found evidence that could back up her statement after a raid on her home in south Wales.