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Rio is now in the sights of World Cup champion who has capped a highly successful year by being named the first BT Sport Action Woman of the Year

Scotland Yard is leading a national investigation into alleged sexual offences, prompted by claims of abuse made against disgraced TV presenter Jimmy Savile

No abuse charge for former BBC radio producer Ted Beston

Ex-Radio 1 star was arrested by detectives investigating the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal

Nonsense verse? Presenter Des Lynam backs Ukip and rewrites 'Send in the Clowns' as retort to Ken Clarke

Mr Lynam said he had voted for the Eurosceptic party last week

Jennifer Lopez was rushed off the set of her new music video in Florida after gunshots were heard nearby

Jennifer Lopez bundled to safety by minders after gunshots ring out during music video filming

Jennifer Lopez was rushed off set for her latest music video in Florida after “gunshots” were heard close by.

Holly Willoughby would like to bring back the golden age of children's TV

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TV star Holly Willoughby has bemoaned the loss of live Saturday-morning children's TV.

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Diamond Joe Biden, Scranton's finest, strikes again. While our politicians struggle awkwardly with pop culture (think David Cameron hanging with One Direction or Gordon Brown "enjoying" the Arctic Monkeys), the US Vice-President shows us how it's done.

More women have come forward to say they've been abused by Stuart Hall

Six more women say they were abused by Stuart Hall

Lawyers expecting more claims as calls grow for disgraced presenter to lose OBE

Lord Justice Leveson: After such a painstaking inquiry, perhaps bemused that his recommendations were not implemented in full. But unlikely to be too concerned, as he is currently in Australia.

Number of complaints to doomed PCC boom in wake of Leveson

The Press Complaints Commission might be doomed but it is dealing with a rise in complaints amid the furious political negotiations over the future regulation of newspapers in the wake of the Leveson inquiry.

Myleene Klass has often found herself in the media spotlight

Myleene Klass: 'There's a horrible culture that criticises women all the time. It has to stop'

The presenter is moving on from her High Court divorce to campaign against attacks on women in the public eye

Savile 'to cost BBC insurers millions'

Aviva and RSA are among the insurers facing a multi-million pound hit following the BBC's Jimmy Savile sex abuse scandal.

Still from YouTube's most-watched video in the UK - 'Charlie bit my finger - again!'

YouTube's top five most-viewed videos in the UK, as the site turns eight

It's hard to believe it, but it's internet giant YouTube's eighth birthday today.

Jimmy Savile had many other victims, warns ex-head of Operation Yewtree investigation

Jimmy Savile could have sexually abused treble the number of victims who have come forward so far, the former head of the investigation into his crimes has reportedly said.

Postcard from... Italy

You’d think the people running things in Italy were deliberating over whom to vote for in the student union by their behaviour – not choosing the head of state in G8 country, which has failed to swear in a government two months after a general election.

Women would rather sleep with Dec than Ant. (Dec’s the one on the right)

Tweedledum is sexier than Tweedledee...

Sophie Heawood owns up to being spurned by a famous double act

The duo are reportedly always filmed or photographed with Ant on the left, and Dec on the right

Presenters get ready to 'rhumble'? Survey reveals women fancy Dec more than Ant

This could cause a rumble between two of TV's best friends - a survey has revealed women would rather bed Dec than Ant.

Alan Carr attends the Pride Of Britain awards at the Grosvenor House Hotel,

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