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A pedestrian walks past a BBC logo at Broadcasting House in central London October 22, 2012. REUTERS/Olivia Harris

A pedestrian walks past a BBC logo at Broadcasting House in central London October 22, 2012. REUTERS/Olivia Harris

A pedestrian walks past a BBC logo at Broadcasting House in central London October 22, 2012. REUTERS/Olivia Harris
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Former BBC presenter Dave Lee Travis (R) returns to his house in Mentmore, southern England November 15, 2012. A Reuters photographer reported there were a number of police officers outside the home of Travis, 67, a short distance north of London. Travis publicly denied any allegations of impropriety when claims first surfaced last month. REUTERS/Olivia Harris

Former BBC presenter Dave Lee Travis (R) returns to his house in Mentmore, southern England November 15, 2012. A Reuters photographer reported there were a number of police officers outside the home of Travis, 67, a short distance north of London....more

Former BBC presenter Dave Lee Travis (R) returns to his house in Mentmore, southern England November 15, 2012. A Reuters photographer reported there were a number of police officers outside the home of Travis, 67, a short distance north of London. Travis publicly denied any allegations of impropriety when claims first surfaced last month. REUTERS/Olivia Harris
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Former BBC presenter Dave Lee Travis returns to his house in Mentmore, southern England November 15, 2012. A Reuters photographer reported there were a number of police officers outside the home of Travis, 67, a short distance north of London. Travis publicly denied any allegations of impropriety when claims first surfaced last month. REUTERS/Olivia Harris

Former BBC presenter Dave Lee Travis returns to his house in Mentmore, southern England November 15, 2012. A Reuters photographer reported there were a number of police officers outside the home of Travis, 67, a short distance north of London. Travis...more

Former BBC presenter Dave Lee Travis returns to his house in Mentmore, southern England November 15, 2012. A Reuters photographer reported there were a number of police officers outside the home of Travis, 67, a short distance north of London. Travis publicly denied any allegations of impropriety when claims first surfaced last month. REUTERS/Olivia Harris
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