PM 'should get a grip on inquiry she set up'
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PMQs: Lisa Nandy questions Theresa May on child abuse inquiry

Labour MP Lisa Nandy questions the prime minister on the child abuse inquiry, which has lost three chairs and eight senior lawyers.

Theresa May, who was home secretary when it was set up, said she had "absolute confidence" in Prof Alexis Jay who now leads the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse.

  • 16 Nov 2016
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