Greggs baking heir arrested by child sex police as his luxury farmhouse is searched by officers The former non-executive director of Greggs was arrested on SaturdayPolice seized mobile phones and a laptop from his Gosforth homeHe was questioned over alleged sexual abuse of a child in the 1960s The former teacher and headmaster has been released on police bail By Becky Evans PUBLISHED: 09:13 GMT, 7 January 2013 | UPDATED: 14:03 GMT, 7 January 2013 Colin Gregg, pictured arriving back at his home after being arrested The former co-owner of national bakery chain Greggs has been arrested on suspicion of child sex abuse. Colin Gregg, 71, son of Greggs' founder Jack, was questioned by police on Saturday over alleged sexual abuse of a child in the 1960s. Police raided his luxury farmhouse in Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne, and seized two mobile phones and a laptop
'I've waited 50 years for Christmas with my father': Son reunited at last with his sailor dad he never knewWestley Grey, 50, had never met his father, Westley Snr, until October All he and twin David knew was that he had served in the US Navy He lost touch with their mother during the early 1960s when he was posted to the Caribbean | UPDATED: 07:02 GMT, 24 December 2012 A man is looking forward to the ‘best present ever’ when he spends time with his father on Christmas Day for the first time.
Prosecutors' failure 'left Cyril Smith free to go on abusing boys' at second children's home as late as 1980Chris Marshall said he was just seven or eight when he was sexually abused by Smith at a notorious school for vulnerable boysMr Marshall moved into Knowl View in Rochdale in 1979 and said just months later was forced to perform a sex act on Smith | UPDATED: 01:38 GMT, 29 November 2012 A decision not to prosecute Cyril Smith in the 1960s over allegations of sexual abuse left him free to prey on other children, it was claimed yesterday.