You obviously don't understand a public service job in which in those days it was very hard to get fired from.
So yes of course the unions and his co-workers would have let that go without a fight wouldn't they?- get real
Didn't do this guy any good and he had the most respected QC in the land and two young girls were willing to testify against him,
makes a mockery of 'people were too scared and naive to do anything' way back in the 1980s doesn't it?
Though he was nowhere near as famous and influential as Savile. There may have been an element of Savile being seen as untouchable because of his fame and celebrity.