Baroness Butler-Sloss
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Victims should not lead abuse inquiry - Butler-Sloss

Baroness Butler-Sloss has cautioned against giving victims too much influence over who runs the planned inquiry into historical child abuse.

The retired judge, who stepped down as head of the public inquiry, said there could be "real problems" if they were to decide who is its eventual chair.

She also told BBC Radio 4 she has "enormous sympathy" for the victims.

Tom Symonds reports.

  • 31 Dec 2014
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