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Home Affairs Committee
Report and Government Response published
The Home Affairs Committee publishes a short report on the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) alongside evidence from former counsel. The Committee states that the work of the Inquiry is vital but that confidence in the Inquiry's ability to deliver its objectives has been seriously diminished by problems it has encountered. The report suggests swift and transparent action be taken to rebuild confidence in IICSA and its work among survivors, the public, and Inquiry workers.
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Home Affairs Committee publishes report on Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse
Further information about the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse can be found on its website.