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The Scottish entrepreneur Duncan Bannatyne has taken the unusual step of criticising the clients of his own gym business empire, saying he is unhappy with the kind of people using the chain after he decided to drop the membership prices

Duncan Bannatyne slams his own gym clients in ‘Ratner moment’

The Scottish entrepreneur Duncan Bannatyne has taken the unusual step of criticising the clients of his own gym business empire, saying he is unhappy with the kind of people using the chain after he decided to drop the membership prices.

Le Vell was cleared of 12 child sex offences

Michael Le Vell case was no celebrity witch-hunt, says prosecutor

Most child sex abusers are not public figures and must be pursued, insists senior lawyer

Ex-Radio 1 DJ Chris Denning who was arrested this week by Operation Yewtree police

Ex-Radio 1 DJ Chris Denning re-arrested by Jimmy Savile police on suspicion of sex offences

Denning was part of the team that launched Radio 1

Freddie Starr

Freddie Starr rebailed over alleged sexual offences

Comedian was arrested in November under the "Savile and others" strand and then re-arrested in April, under the strand unrelated to Savile

Ex-Radio 1 DJ Chris Denning who was arrested this week by Operation Yewtree police

Ex-Radio 1 DJ Chris Denning, 72, arrested by Jimmy Savile police on suspicion of sex offences

Original Radio 1 DJ Chris Denning is the latest man to be arrested by police investigating sex offences in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal.

Comedian Jim Davidson

Jim Davidson bailed until July over sex allegations

Comedian denies any wrongdoing

Freddie Starr has been arrested for a second time

Freddie Starr rearrested over further allegations of sexual offences by officers from Operation Yewtree

The comedian Freddie Starr has been rearrested over further allegations of sexual offences, it has emerged.

Rolf Harris has been arrested by police investigating historical allegations of sexual abuse

Sex abuse scandal: Rolf Harris revealed as 'entertainer' arrested by police investigating abuse allegations in November - so why has his name only come out now?

Entertainer’s prolonged anonymity raises questions about practice of naming those arrested

Body of evidence: Macpherson may have to testify in her former adviser’s case against NI

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After a six-year silence, the Australian supermodel heads to the High Court

Davidson was arrested after he flew into the country to take part in the Celebrity Big Brother

Jim Davidson 'mystified' by sex claims

The comedian Jim Davidson has said he will be “completely exonerated” by a police investigation into allegations he sexually assaulted two women.

Police to report on Savile abuse probe as prosecutors receive file on man in 60s

Detectives investigating the Jimmy Savile sex abuse scandal will publish a joint report this week, Scotland Yard said today, as it emerged prosecutors had received a file on a man in his 60s.

Davidson was arrested after he flew into the country to take part in the Celebrity Big Brother

Jim Davidson among two men arrested in Jimmy Savile sex abuse probe

Comedian Jim Davidson “vigorously denies” allegations made against him by two women, his solicitor said.

Ex-BBC producer Ted Beston 'vehemently denies' sex offences after Savile probe arrest

Former BBC radio producer Ted Beston has “vehemently denied” historic allegations put to him by detectives investigating the Jimmy Savile sex abuse scandal.

31 allegations of rape made against Jimmy Savile in sex abuse inquiry

589 alleged victims have come forward during their investigation

Gary Glitter bailed again in Savile sex abuse inquiry

Former pop star Gary Glitter and a man in his 70s have been re-bailed by police investigating the Jimmy Savile sex abuse scandal.

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