Queen’s organist jailed for abuse
The Queen’s former choirmaster has been jailed for five years for a 14-year catalogue of child abuse.
Jonathan Rees-Williams, 55, was convicted in June at Reading Crown Court of a string of assaults, including some carried out in churches.
Jurors heard Rees-Williams, of Bristol, preyed on children from the mid-1970s.
None of the assaults took place during his time at Windsor Castle, where he quit as organist and master of the choir at St George’s Chapel in 2002.