Child sex abuse inquiry head insists probe will investigate past failings
The head of the national inquiry into child sexual abuse has dismissed calls for it to "forget the past" as she unveiled her strategy to complete most of its work by 2020.
Professor Alexis Jay insisted the probe will stick to its commitment to look at past and present failings.
She revealed that a traditional "public hearing" model would not be used for all of the institutions in England and Wales that will fall under scrutiny, saying a "one size fits all" approach would mean the inquiry would never finish its work.
Prof Jay set out four thematic strands that... read more