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Slater and Gordon Lawyers Representing Alleged Victims of Abuse by Colin Gregg

Colin Gregg has been charged with 26 counts of indecent assault and will appear before Newcastle Magistrates Court on Wednesday 4th March.

Gregg, 73, worked as a director of Greggs bakery, founded by his father, until he retired in 2001. Previously he worked as a Children’s Officer for Newcastle Social Services and also as Headmaster of King’s School in Tynemouth. 

Gregg was questioned by Police, released on bail and was later charged on 3rd February when he returned to answer bail. A spokesperson for Northumbria Police said, “Colin Gregg, 73, of Gosforth, Newcastle has been charged with 26 counts of indecent assault. He will appear at Newcastle Magistrates' Court on March 4th.” 

Slater and Gordon's expert team of Abuse Lawyers are currently representing alleged victims of abuse by Colin Gregg and represent over 800 victims of sexual abuse in other cases including Jimmy Savile, Rolf Harris and Cyril Smith. 

If you or someone you know has been the victim of physical or sexual abuse and you would like expert legal advice free of charge, call our Abuse Lawyers for a free consultation on freephone 0808 175 8000 or contact us online and we’ll be happy to help you. Any communication will be dealt with in the strictest of confidence. 

Jessica Standley is a Personal Injury Solicitor specialising in Abuse Claims at Slater & Gordon Lawyers UK. 

Slater and Gordon Lawyers have 1,450 staff and offices in London, Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Sheffield, Milton Keynes, Bristol, Derby, Merseyside, Cambridge, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Halifax, Newcastle, Wakefield and meeting rooms in Bramhall, Cheshire and in Hull, Yorkshire.

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