A BOARD set up to oversee the protection of children in Northern Ireland has been heavily criticised in an independent review for focusing on the "wrong issues".
ALLEGATIONS of bullying and sexual assault at the headquarters of the national inquiry into child abuse have not been taken seriously enough, a Commons report has claimed.
NO council employees will face disciplinary action in a town whe
SOUTH Yorkshire police and crime commissioner (PCC) Shaun Wright
ONE of the largest victims' groups involved in the UK-wide inquiry into child sexual abuse has announced it is formally withdrawing from the probe - branding it an "unpalatable circus".
THERESA May was aware that there were "tensions" between the former chairwoman of the troubled inquiry into child sex abuse and its panel while she was still home secretary, No 10 has said.
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Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley said she faced a constitutional "challenge" because there was uncertainty over what approach Stormont ministers would have taken if powersharing was ...
SOME 350 victims have come forward to report child sexual abuse within football clubs, the National Police Chiefs' Council has said.
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