Child abuse inquiry 'crumbled' and 'impossible to fix'



The child sexual abuse inquiry has "crumbled" and may be impossible to fix, a leading barrister has said.
Michael Mansfield QC told the BBC the best way forward was to have separate chairs overseeing different areas.
The inquiry has been battling to keep the confidence of victims after losing its third chair, Dame Lowell Goddard, and a succession of senior lawyers.
Mr Mansfield represented the families of victims in the Bloody Sunday inquiry and the Hillsborough inquest.
'Seriously wrong' A number of lawyers have expressed concerns over the leadership and direction of the... read more

 
22 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 40
Source: BBC
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