Woolf quits child abuse probe after victims lose confidence
Scot linked to Lord Brittan admits it was right to ‘get out of the way’
KATE DEVLIN UK POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT
THE head of a high-profile Government probe into historic child abuse has resigned after victims told her they had no confidence in her inquiry.
Edinburgh-born Fiona Woolf stood down after weeks of controversy over her links to former Conservative...
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