Child abuse inquiry head Alexis Jay vows to continue

Child abuse inquiry head Alexis Jay vows to continue
 

The chair of the independent inquiry into child sex abuse has vowed to continue after a victims' group quit and called for her to be replaced.
In the Times, Prof Alexis Jay wrote: "I have fought for this... I don't intend to stop fighting for it now."
The Shirley Oaks Survivors Association, for 600 victims who lived in children's homes in London, said it did not have confidence in the inquiry's leadership.
But Home Secretary Amber Rudd has backed Prof Jay's leadership.
The child sex abuse inquiry so far Visible progress needed in abuse inquiry Prof Jay, who is the fourth chair of... read more

 
19 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 48
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