Full shocking scale of the Holocaust revealed as researchers find Nazis created 42,500 camps and ghettos to persecute the Jews across Europe

Full shocking scale of the Holocaust revealed as researchers find Nazis created 42,500 camps and ghettos to persecute the Jews across EuropeResearchers initially expected to find about 7,000 camps and ghettosBut they were left horrified to discover 42,500 across much of Europe They also estimate up to 20 million people died or were imprisoned at sites By Anthony Bond PUBLISHED: 17:36 GMT, 2 March 2013 | UPDATED: 18:12 GMT, 2 March 2013 It is one of the worst moments in history, which still horrifies to this day. During Hitler's brutal reign of Nazi Germany, more than six million Jews were killed. But now new research has discovered that the Holocaust may well be even worse than previously thought

Who were you least likely to see topless this year? A laugh-out-loud news quiz by Steve Punt of Radio 4"s The Now Show

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Max Clifford vows to clear his name after staging impromptu press conference in his Rolls-Royce

'It was a horrible experience': Max Clifford vows to clear his name after spending 12 hours in police cell being quizzed by Savile detectives The PR guru described the allegations dating from 1977 as 'damaging and totally untrue'Spent 12 hours in a cell and answering police questions Clifford was held as part of Operation Yewtree, the investigation into allegations of sex abuse surrounding disgraced former DJ Jimmy SavileClifford was arrested in connection with alleged offences by 'Others' and not connected to Savile He said the accusations were 'very distressing for myself, my wife, my family and loved ones' | UPDATED: 16:29 GMT, 7 December 2012 Max Clifford has today vowed to clear his name following his arrest on suspicion of sexual offences by police investigating the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal.