Child sex abuse inquiry: Amber Rudd faces MPs' questions

Child sex abuse inquiry: Amber Rudd faces MPs' questions
 

Home Secretary Amber Rudd is to update MPs on the latest controversy to hit the child sexual abuse inquiry.
Labour MP Lisa Nandy has tabled an urgent question in the Commons, asking about the inquiry's "remit, organisation, budget and staffing".
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse was set up by then-Home Secretary Theresa May in 2014.
Three of its chairwomen have quit since it was formed, with the latest, Dame Lowell Goddard, resigning in August.
Dame Lowell has since been accused of using racist language. She strongly denies the claims.
Earlier this month, the most... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 37
Source: BBC
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