Child abuse: Did Sir Ronald Waterhouse's inquiry go far enough?

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The prime minister has ordered a fresh look at the £12m inquiry that investigated child abuse at children's homes in north Wales.

Opened in 1996, it was led by the former high court judge Sir Ronald Waterhouse and took three years to complete.

From the outset, some people considered its focus too narrow.

Caroline Evans reports.

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