December 29, 2012
A letter thought to mark the beginning of the warm relationship between Margaret Thatcher and Jimmy Savile has been made public for the first time.
But other correspondence between the pair has been censored, raising questions over what it contains.
The Top Of The Pops presenter sent an adoring letter to the then prime minister in 1980, singing her praises and declaring his love for her.
She responded by inviting the now-disgraced DJ to lunch at Chequers, spending 11 consecutive New Yearâ€™s Eves with him and overseeing his knighthood.