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David Cameron: Abuse inquiry will leave 'no stone unturned'

7 July 2014 Last updated at 12:36 BST

An inquiry into historical child sex abuse allegations will "leave no stone unturned", David Cameron has said.

The Prime Minister said the probe into how institutions, including the NHS, the BBC and the government handled claims of wrongdoing against children was "vital" to find out the truth.

He added: "It's important the police feel they can go wherever the evidence leads."

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