Excerpt: “From next month any statement made by a politician will be about positioning themselves for winning the next general election not about the good of governing the country.”
The revelations that Theresa May, the home secretary, is considering scrapping the newly set up independent panel by Mark Watts, editor of Exaro, will have more implications than many survivors can possibly imagine. It will go much further than the anguish shown by panel member and survivor Sharon Evans, whose heartfelt views are reflected in her letter revealed in the Exaropiece.
Survivors who campaigned for a clean break hope for a new judge led inquiry or Royal Commission compelling everybody to give evidence which will solve all their problems and produce ” an all singing,dancing ” result. Some of them don’t want anybody on the panel at all.
What they are not aware is that a political decision to reshape the inquiry is now competing with a now much bigger political issue: The General…
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