Child sex abuse inquiry: Labour calls on government to intervene

Child sex abuse inquiry: Labour calls on government to intervene
 

The government needs to intervene in the inquiry into child sexual abuse in England and Wales, after another of its lawyers resigned, Labour says.
Aileen McColgan, who was leading investigations into the Anglican and Catholic Churches, quit amid concerns about the inquiry's leadership.
Two of the inquiry's most senior lawyers resigned in September.
Labour's Diane Abbott said it was facing a "crisis of credibility" which ministers must address.
The investigation was set up to examine whether public bodies, including the police, had failed in their duty to protect children from... read more

 
16 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 50
Source: BBC
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