"East End gangster Ronnie Kray confessed to being bisexual in secret recordings," reports The Sun. The story is not Kray's bisexuality but the recording itself - the property of writer Robin McGibbon whose book The Krays: Their Life Behind Bars was released last month.
The report ends with: "[Kray] shot dead fellow gangster George Cornell in an East End pub after being called a 'fat poof'." Not according to McGibbon's taped interview with the psycho which you can listen to here. After McGibbon prompts the subject with: "A lot of lies have been told about the Cornell thing...", Kray replies: "[Cornell] never called me a poof in his life, I'd have killed him then and there. Lies and rubbish." Kray killed him for other reasons to do with threats - I'm inclined to believe this.
Pity the churnalistic Sun didn't bother to listen to the tape.