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The chair of the official inquiry into child sex abuse has insisted she is the right woman for the job, as she faced calls to quit over her links to Lord Brittan. Appearing before MPs on the Home Affairs Committee, Fiona Woolf said ministers had accepted there was no "close association" between herself and the Tory peer,...
Diana Johnson MP press release Responding to Fiona Woolf's evidence to the Home Affairs Select Committee, Diana Johnson MP, Shadow Home Affairs Minister, sai...
David Cameron is "confident" Fiona Woolf should lead the Government's inquiry into child abuse, Downing Street has said, as she faced calls to quit over her links to...
The chair of the inquiry into historic child abuse has defended her position following a call for her to stand down. Fiona Woolf told MPs at the Home Affairs Sele...
Simon Danczuk attacked the Home Office after child abuse inquiry chair Fiona Woolf revealed her contacts with former home secretary Leon Brittan and his wife. "I'...
Home Office Press Release Independent Panel Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse: Panel members appointed The Home Secretary today announced her appointments to the I...
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21/10/2014 on The World at One, BBC Radio 4
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