Abuse inquiry handled assault claim badly, say MPs

Abuse inquiry handled assault claim badly, say MPs

Heads of the inquiry into child sexual abuse have been criticised by MPs for a "wholly inadequate" response to an internal allegation of sexual assault.
The home affairs select committee said, given the inquiry's task, it should have treated the issue with "rigour".
A woman on the inquiry team alleged she was groped in a lift at its offices.
Inquiry chair Prof Alexis Jay, the fourth person to lead the inquiry, apologised for any unnecessary anxiety caused to victims or survivors.
The troubled inquiry, launched by Theresa May when she was home secretary, has seen the... read more

24 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 53
Source: BBC

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