Who is cliff richard dating

02-Dec-2019 23:09

Cliff Richard may not have said much about his love life through his six decades of stardom, but he's opening his heart through music for his 75th birthday, with the release of new song 'Golden'.Talking to Paul O'Grady on his Radio 2 show, Sir Cliff explained that the track was a tribute to the loyalty and unwavering support of his fans, who've stood by him through his various musical incarnations and speculation over his life, away from the stage.The courts of Facebook and Twitter have often shown themselves to harbor all the regard for evidence of a Salem magistrate prosecuting charges of witchcraft in 17th century Massachusetts. Operation Yewtree, the police investigation launched in response to the Savile scandal, expanded to look into a range of unrelated allegations of sexual abuse amid public outrage that the British establishment appeared to have turned a blind eye to crimes committed by its own .The police have already decided not to continue with inquiries into six people, some of them publicly named, because of lack of evidence.Never married, his previous romances include those with actress Una Stubbs (his co-star in 'Summer Holiday') and tennis player Sue Barker.He admitted later he had seriously contemplated proposing to Sue, but decided he wasn't able to commit to her.

He was never arrested or charges and his case was discontinued by the Crown Prosecution Service, on grounds of insufficient evidence, in June last year.

However, the police attended my apartment in Berkshire today without notice, except, it would appear, to the press," he said.

Media camped outside the apartment published pictures of officers arriving at the premises and supplied further details alleging that the allegations related to a June 1985 rally held by the U. preacher Billy Graham in the northern English city of Sheffield.

According to Sir Cliff's barrister Justin Rushbrooke QC the police should not have made disclosures about its investigation into his client to the BBC as in doing so it had facilitated coverage which had been "shocking, humiliating and embarrassing" for the star.

Sir Cliff said the filming of officers searching his apartment - which led to him being publicly named as the subject of the long-running probe - infringed his right to respect for a private life.

He was never arrested or charges and his case was discontinued by the Crown Prosecution Service, on grounds of insufficient evidence, in June last year.

However, the police attended my apartment in Berkshire today without notice, except, it would appear, to the press," he said.

Media camped outside the apartment published pictures of officers arriving at the premises and supplied further details alleging that the allegations related to a June 1985 rally held by the U. preacher Billy Graham in the northern English city of Sheffield.

According to Sir Cliff's barrister Justin Rushbrooke QC the police should not have made disclosures about its investigation into his client to the BBC as in doing so it had facilitated coverage which had been "shocking, humiliating and embarrassing" for the star.

Sir Cliff said the filming of officers searching his apartment - which led to him being publicly named as the subject of the long-running probe - infringed his right to respect for a private life.

Meanwhile, police stressed that the investigation was at a very early stage.