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Staff in 'unfair sacking' plea over Gary Glitter e-mail

FOUR social work staff fired for circulating an e-mail with a mock-up picture of Gary Glitter carrying a child in a plastic bag have claimed they were unfairly dismissed.

Gary Glitter banned from taking foreign holiday

PAEDOPHILE Gary Glitter was blocked by the courts today from travelling to Europe for a two-week holiday.

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Glitter's name to remain on sex offenders' register

PAEDOPHILE Gary Glitter has abandoned his legal battle against being forced to sign the sex offenders register, court staff said yesterday.

Glitter appeals sex register entry

GARY Glitter is to launch a legal challenge to have his name removed from the sex offenders' register, it was revealed yesterday.

Glitter in hiding after finally landing in UK

SEX offender Gary Glitter was in hiding yesterday after finally arriving back in Britain and being ordered to sign the sex offenders' register.

Pervert Glitter goes into hiding

SEX offender Gary Glitter was in hiding today after finally arriving back in Britain and being ordered to sign the sex offenders register.

Gary Glitter ordered to sign sex offenders register

CHILD abuser Gary Glitter will have to sign the sex offenders register after a judge today agreed to an application for a notification order made by police.

Glitter flies back to Britain after Far East fiasco finally ends

SHAMED pop star Gary Glitter was due back in Britain this morning, ending a three-day odyssey that began when he was released from a Vietnamese prison after serving time for molesting children.

Shamed Glitter in Thai hotel claiming a heart attack

PAEDOPHILE singer Gary Glitter did not board a flight to the UK last night after claiming he was having a heart attack.

Paedophile Glitter 'can go anywhere'

SHAMED ex-glam rock star Gary Glitter, who was due to be released from prison today, will be free to travel anywhere in the world, his lawyer, Le Thanh Kinh, said.

Law fails to protect children from paedophiles in 'twilight zone'

Children's rights charity ECPAT UK says Britain is failing to prevent child sex tourism, with "repeat offenders travelling from country to country, flagrantly avoiding stringent UK sex offender mechanisms".

Disgraced singer Glitter hopes for early release

THE lawyer for the disgraced rock star Gary Glitter has said he is hopeful his client will be released from jail in Vietnam on child sex-abuse charges early next month.

Glitter launches fresh bid for freedom

GARY Glitter, jailed in Vietnam for sexually molesting two young girls, plans to seek an amnesty during Vietnam's Liberation Day celebrations this month, his lawyer has said.

Child molester Glitter gets sentence cut in amnesty

GARY GLITTER'S sentence for child-molesting was reduced by a Vietnamese court today.

Glitter on list for early release

DISGRACED British ex-rocker Gary Glitter, left, imprisoned in Vietnam for sexually molesting two young girls, is on a list of inmates to be possibly released this month, his lawyer said today.

Glitter could be freed early

THE disgraced former pop star Gary Glitter could be released early from his three-year jail sentence for molesting two Vietnamese girls.

Early release chance for pervert Glitter

DISGRACED former glam rocker Gary Glitter could be released early from his three-year jail sentence for molesting two Vietnamese girls, it was disclosed today.

Screaming Glitter loses child sex case appeal

GARY Glitter yesterday lost his appeal against his conviction and three-year prison sentence for molesting young girls at his seaside villa in Vietnam.

Glitter appeal against sex offences is rejected

DISGRACED British rocker Gary Glitter was starting a three-year prison sentence in Vietnam today for molesting young girls after judges threw out his appeal.

Glitter appeal against molestation sentence

DISGRACED glam rocker Gary Glitter will have his appeal heard next month against a three-year sentence for child molestation, a Vietnamese court official said today.

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