No Headstone on Sir Jimmy's Grave for the Foreseeable Future
9:20am 10th October 2012
(Updated 9:23am 10th October 2012)
Our reporter has been at the cemetery in Scarborough this morning, as the headstone is removed from Sir Jimmy Savile's grave.
The late presenter had strong ties with Buckinghamshire, raising millions for Stoke Mandeville Hospital's spinal injuries unit.
Police are investigating claims he abused as many as 25 youngsters over a number of decades.
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