The news came as an unpleasant surprise to Wythenshawe’s Methodist minister, the Reverend David Warnock.
The former BBC journalist who exposed Jimmy Savile’s sickening sex crimes believes Manchester is at the heart of the crimes committed by the man who abused hundreds of children spanning decades.
The BBC journalist who exposed Jimmy Savile’s sickening child sex crimes will be sharing his story at The International Anthony Burgess Foundation in Manchester next month.
Former Radio DJ Ray Teret has been handed a 25-year jail sentence for his involvement in a string of historic sex offences involving 11 women.
A former Piccadilly Radio DJ raped a 15-year-old girl with Jimmy Savile, a court has heard.
Speaking in the House of Commons, Prime Minister David Cameron has also sworn to leave ‘no stone unturned’ in the inquiry, which will investigate alleged child abusers across politics, the BBC and the health services
Confidential documents examining the extent of ex-BBC presenter Savile’s offending – spanning from the mid-1940s to as recently as 2007 – uncovered that the majority of his alleged victims were between 13-15.
In February the High Court approved a compensation scheme of more than £3million for Savile’s victims to be able to claim
Celebrities are so powerful in society they have free rein for sex abuse, claims Manchester university academic
To date more than 200 criminal offences have been recorded against Jimmy Savile
Murders, sex offences and arson are all down
NSPCC launch campaign as survey reveals parents don’t ask about abuse