Victims' group withdraws from historic child sex abuse inquiry

Victims' group withdraws from historic child sex abuse inquiry
 

A survivors' group of 600 abuse victims has withdrawn from the independent inquiry into historic child sex abuse, labelling it an "unpalatable circus".
The BBC has been told the Shirley Oaks Survivors Association, which represents victims who lived in children's homes run by Lambeth Council, has lost confidence in the inquiry's leadership.
It had threatened to withdraw before - questioning the inquiry's independence.
PM Theresa May this week said she had absolute confidence in its leadership.
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18 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 60
Source: BBC
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