Wales child abuse: Carwyn Jones to meet children's commissioner
Correction 10 November 2012: The BBC has apologised unreservedly for broadcasting a report on Newsnight on 2 November over allegations of child abuse which transpired to have involved a case of mistaken identity. As a result the video of the original report has been removed from the website. More details can be found here.
First minister Carwyn Jones will meet Wales' children's commissioner on Tuesday after calls were made for a fresh inquiry into child abuse at north Wales care homes in the 1970s and 80s.
It follows claims by one of the victims that he was abused by a leading Thatcher-era Conservative politician.
A three year inquiry into the abuse which spoke to 650 people was published in 2000 by Sir Ronald Waterhouse.
But criticism has been made over the constraints of that inquiry.
The First Minister began his monthly news conference on Monday with a statement on the issue, urging abuse victims who felt their cases were not properly investigated to contact the police.