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Baroness Butler-Sloss quits child abuse inquiry chair

14 July 2014 Last updated at 13:45 BST

BBC Deputy Political Editor James Landale on the former High Court judge who was appointed to chair an inquiry into historic child abuse cases but is now standing down.

He spoke about Baroness Butler-Sloss' family connections to the cases, and why she has decided to not take up the role she was given last week.

He was speaking to Jo Coburn on Monday's Daily Politics as the news was released.

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