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BBC sexual abuse cases

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Prince Andrew settles US civil sex assault case with Virginia Giuffre - BBC News

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The true scale of clerical sex abuse in Italy - BBC News

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Ex-Pope admits errors in handling of abuse cases - BBC News

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Football's child sex abuse scandal: Review finds 'institutional failings' - BBC News

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Rotherham sex abuse victim: Police said 'What do you expect?' BBC News

In 2012 and 2013, the British Broadcasting Corporation was involved in a series of investigations, accusations and scandals related to sexual abuse committed by employees, and the reporting of allegations of abuse by others. The issue of child sexual abuse by BBC employees was publicised nationally in October 2012 as part of the Jimmy Savile sexual abuse scandal. Savile was a radio DJ and TV personality who presented the programmes Top of the Pops, Jim'll Fix It and Clunk Click, and was a well known charity fundraiser. Allegations of sexual abuse by Savile and other BBC employees were reported to have taken place in a number of locations across the country, including BBC Television Centre.
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