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Fiona Woolf has announced she is standing down as the head of the Government’s inquiry into historic child abuse. She had come under severe pressure over her links with former home secretary Lord Brittan. “There was great nervousness as a result of the perception of my connections with Lord Brittan. I’ve been thinking...
Alison Millar accused the Home Office of presiding over a “series of failures” after Fiona Woolf stood down as head of the Government’s inquiry into historic child a...
Keith Vaz said Fiona Woolf had been right to stand down as head of the Government’s inquiry into historic sex abuse, and confirmed his Home Affairs Committee would v...
Labour press release Yvette Cooper MP, Labour’s Shadow Home Secretary, responding to the announcement that Fiona Woolf is to step down as the head of an inquiry i...
Ed Miliband welcomed Fiona Woolf’s decision to stand down as chair of the Government’s inquiry into historic sex abuse. “I think Fiona Woolf has done the right th...
Home Office press release Home Secretary Theresa May said: “It is with regret that I accepted Fiona Woolf’s resignation today. I believe she would have carried...
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