The report into sexual abuse by disgraced DJ Jimmy Savile has been branded a whitewash after it emerged managers knew what was going on but took no action.

Dame Janet Smith’s £10million inquiry found “certain junior and middle-ranking individuals were aware of Savile’s inappropriate sexual conduct in connection with his work for the BBC”.

But she concluded: “I have found no evidence that the BBC, as a corporate body, was aware of Savile’s inappropriate sexual conduct in connection with his work for the BBC.”

Dame Janet found that no senior manager at the BBC “ever found out about any specific complaint relating to Savile’s inappropriate sexual conduct in connection with his work for the BBC”.

Today’s report has been dismissed as an “expensive whitewash” by a lawyer for Savile’s victims.

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