"Sources say the long-delayed independent report ‘tears the BBC apart’ and is ‘much worse than expected’. In particular, it is said to show that abuse on the Corporation’s premises was far more widespread than previously feared during the period Savile worked there."
"BBC chiefs are also braced for severe criticism over its failure to act on rumours of Savile’s behaviour towards children and young people."
"This is supposed to be an independent report so I will be questioning why it may have already been released to BBC senior management and yet no information has been given to those brave enough to give evidence in person,’ she added."
"One source said that the sections of the report police say would prejudice their investigations are ‘tiny’ and easily redactable."
"Key witness: Creative director Alan Yentob has worked in and around the BBC's entertainment department since 1968."
"The review team was set up by the BBC to carry out ‘an impartial, thorough and independent review of the culture and practices of the BBC during the years that Jimmy Savile worked there’."
"After paedophile Stuart Hall pleaded guilty in 2013 to 14 charges of indecent assault, the BBC announced another inquiry, led by Dame Linda Dobbs, the former High Court judge, whose findings have gone to Dame Janet."
"Tory MP Andrew Bridgen said: ‘The Dame Janet Smith Review is the BBC’s very own Chilcot Report. It looks suspiciously like the BBC doesn’t want it published while it’s trying to renew its Charter. Victims and witnesses will rightly feel let down by this.’"
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