An inquiry into historic child sex abuse allegations at Westminster has been branded a “witch hunt against dead politicians” before hearings began today.
Sharon Evans says the inquiry was about controlling and suppressing information
The independent inquiry into child sex abuse in England and Wales has started its first public hearings today, starting by focusing on British children who were sent to Australia between 1945 and 1974
Letters from lawyers who resigned from the Child Sex Abuse inquiry written to the Home Affairs Select Committee are due to be published tomorrow, revealing why they left
NAPAC founder Peter Saunders has urged victims not to lose confidence in the inquiry into historic child sex abuse after the resignation of a high-profile lawyer
Gabrielle Shaw spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer in the wake of allegations Dame Lowell Goddard, the former chair of the inquiry, made racist remarks
But Raymond Stevenson says inquiry must go on and dismisses the idea of closure as 'hideous'
Peter Saunders, who runs the National Association for People Abused in Childhood, spoke to Paul Ross after yesterday's suspension of a top QC from the Institutional child abuse inquiry