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Doubt cast on Butler-Sloss appointment by Labour MP

Labour MP Simon Danczuk has called on the chair of the child abuse inquiry, Baroness Butler-Sloss, to "consider her position" after it emerged her brother was Attorney General at the height of the paedophile controversy in the early 1980s.

Mr Danczuk urged ministers to "think again" over her appointment.

''There are issues - she's part of the establishment - and that raises concerns,'' he told the BBC's Norman Smith.

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