Ex-BBC producer cleared in Savile sex abuse probe criticises "over-zealous" police but admits he knew DJ spent night with girl as young as…

'I wouldn't have grassed him up': Ex-BBC producer cleared in Savile sex abuse probe criticises 'over-zealous' police but admits he knew DJ spent night with girl as young as TEN Wilfred De'ath was arrested for sexual assault of actress on November 11The Crown Prosecution Service dropped case against him yesterday Complainant withdrew statement as she was the only one giving evidence De'ath had confronted Savile over night DJ spent with child in hotel 'I said “I think you are living dangerously”.

Outrage as British paedophile, 71, who travelled to Cambodia to abuse boys is jailed for just one year

Outrage as British paedophile, 71, who travelled to Cambodia to abuse boys is jailed for just one yearReginald Blakely charged with molesting five boys aged between 7 and 14Sentenced to two years in prison but one year was suspendedChild victim groups said the sentence is too lenient and will do nothing to deter other abusers of children in Cambodia | UPDATED: 15:42 GMT, 21 December 2012 A British child molester who slipped through the hands of UK police because they did not have enough evidence against him has been sentenced to prison in Cambodia. But the one-year-jail sentence imposed on 71-year-old Reginald Blakely has outraged child protection groups in the south east Asian country, the previous haunt of notorious child sex abuser Gary Glitter. Child victim groups said the sentence was too lenient and would do nothing to deter other abusers of children in Cambodia

Operation Yewtree: Why weren"t the police this zealous with Jimmy Savile?

Why weren't the police this zealous with Savile | UPDATED: 14:50 GMT, 10 December 2012 The ancient practice of hue and cry — when a suspected criminal was pursued by a mob of angry citizens, shouting to raise the alarm — is famously celebrated in Charles Dickens’s Oliver Twist, in which Bill Sikes is chased to his death after murdering his girlfriend, Nancy.

Why weren"t the police this zealous with Savile?

Why weren't the police this zealous with Savile | UPDATED: 23:51 GMT, 9 December 2012 The ancient practice of hue and cry — when a suspected criminal was pursued by a mob of angry citizens, shouting to raise the alarm — is famously celebrated in Charles Dickens’s Oliver Twist, in which Bill Sikes is chased to his death after murdering his girlfriend, Nancy. Now it has been revived by Operation Yewtree, the police investigation which followed the late disc jockey Jimmy Savile’s exposure as an alleged paedophile.

Make-up as art: But who will be brave enough to wear these incredible crab, caviar and baked bean inspired lipstick designs?

Make-up as art: But who will be brave enough to wear these incredible crab, caviar and baked bean inspired lipstick designs | UPDATED: 18:01 GMT, 3 December 2012 From crabs and caviar to a gothic take on snow, these intricately beautiful lip designs are a million miles away from plain old pink.

Jimmy Savile: Man in his 80s interviewed on suspicion of sex offences

Detectives investigating Jimmy Savile abuse claims quiz man in his 80s on 'suspicion of sex offences' Man is being treated as part of investigation not directly relating to disgraced DJPolice executed search warrant at Berkshire address last Saturday Left police premises this afternoon after being interviewed under caution | UPDATED: 22:48 GMT, 29 November 2012 Police investigating the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal yesterday questioned a fifth man.