Scores of women who say they were abused by
A charity and a bank are fighting over who should be the executor of Savile's estate, at a
And lawyers say Mr
Lawyers representing victims say they have agreed a compensation scheme with NatWest bank, the estate's current executor. They say the NHS and the
Trust bosses are unhappy with the bank's performance, suggest that compensation issues have not been fully thought through and say NatWest should be replaced by another executor.
NatWest disputes their complaints.
Lawyers for alleged victims say if NatWest is replaced the compensation scheme could be undermined and claimants might be forced into litigation.
""This is an important hearing for our victims," said solicitor
She added: "It is not about amounts or cold hard cash but redress."
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