Savile victims' laywer 'concerned' about redactions

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A lawyer representing some of the victims of Jimmy Savile has told the BBC that she is concerned by the redactions in the transcripts of the Pollard report.

About 3,000 pages of emails, interviews and submissions from BBC executives and journalists have been published online by the corporation.

However, the BBC says it has blacked out about 3% of details for legal reasons.

But Liz Dux, a child abuse lawyer who represents over 40 of the Savile victims, says the BBC promised openness and transparency.

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