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Retired supermarket supremo Sir Ken Morrison remains the second richest man in Yorkshire, according to this year's Sunday Times Rich List to be published on Sunday.

It shows that Sir Ken, the billionaire life president of the Bradford-based Morrisons supermarket group, is the UK's 66th richest person with a fortune of £1.11 billion, up £76m on the previous year.

A Roman Catholic priest in Bradford has been charged with sexually assaulting a 17-year-old girl.

Father William Finnegan, parish priest at St Clare’s RC Church in Fagley , has appeared before magistrates and will face trial before a crown Court jury.

At that hearing he pleaded not guilty to the charge and elected to stand trial by jury.

The success of this long and protracted investigation is largely attributable to the courage of the victims." The paedophiles' instruction manual was called "Hobbies, Dos and Don'ts" - paedophiles use the word "hobby" as code for a child.

Yesterday, a Diocesan spokesman, when asked by the Telegraph & Argus about Father Finnegan’s appearance in court, replied: “It’s news to me. I have got no comment because nobody’s told me about it.” Asked in May whether police were investigating a claim of sexual abuse by someone connected to the church, a West Yorkshire Police spokesman said: “Police are investigating a report of a sexual assault allegedly committed in April against a 17-year-old female.

“A 59-year-old Bradford man was arrested last month in connection with the inquiry and has been bailed pending further inquiries.

Members of a paedophile ring named after a British child film star of the Forties and suspected of abusing hundreds of youngsters were jailed at the Old Bailey today.

The so-called Hazel Ascot Appreciation Society produced a chilling manual of advice on the best ways to lure and molest children.

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