Jimmy Savile scandal: 'Youngest victim' comes forward

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BBC director general George Entwistle has offered to appear before MPs next week over the Sir Jimmy Savile scandal.

Mr Entwistle's decision to bring forward his appearance surfaced as MPs criticised the BBC.

Police believe Savile may have sexually abused 60 people since 1959.

Meanwhile, a man has claimed in an interview with The Sun newspaper that he was assaulted by Savile in a dressing room when he was a nine-year-old boy scout.

Nick Higham reports.

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