PM facing calls to 'come clean' over knowledge of child abuse inquiry troubles



Theresa May is facing calls to "come clean" about what she knew about the problems at the troubled inquiry into child sex abuse after she disclosed she had been aware of concerns about its former chair.
The Prime Minister - who, as home secretary, set up the inquiry - told MPs there had been "stories" circulating about Dame Lowell Goddard but said she could not have intervened on the basis of "suspicion, rumour or hearsay".
She insisted the Home Office was not officially notified of concerns about the New Zealand high court judge until late July - less than a... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 28
Source: Belper News
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