British government launches two new inquiries into child sex abuse (13)

EuroNews 2014.07.08 08:28
The British government is to hold two inquiries into child sex abuse allegations. One will look at how public bodies and figures, including judges, senior military figures and politicians, handled allegations of child abuse and paedophile rings over several decades. Another will be a separate review led by Peter Wanless, head of the UK's child protection charity the NSPCC.
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