Dorset Echo: "I spoke to Paul when I visited The Verne two years ago. “He's remorseful and he looked ready to start a new life." The comedian reportedly said in a 2012 interview that Glitter’s crimes “shocked” him.He is said to have described the disgraced star a "great bloke" and added that his crimes "came as a shock".Glitter was expected to die in jail, but new reports have suggested this may not be the case now.Governors have reportedly ruled he is a “low risk of harm to the public”.Glitter was formally told by governors at The Verne that he was set for a move last week, according to The Sun.A block could potentially come from Justice Secretary Robert Buckland, however.Glitter was caught with 4,000 images of child sexual abuse in
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