City of Leeds 'distances itself' from Jimmy Savile


When Jimmy Savile died last year, he was remembered for being someone who had helped make the dreams of children come true and raised millions of pounds for charity.

Thousands of fans gathered to pay their respects as his golden coffin was driven through his hometown of Leeds.

But as stories of abuse grow, people living there have begun to question what they really knew about one of the city's most famous sons.

Chris Buckler reports.

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