After yesterday’s very successful meeting in the House of Commons for survivors of child sexual abuse – it’s estimated around 400 people attended – Michael Mansfield QC has, in a statement, confirmed that he would be willing to Chair the nation’s Inquiry into child sexual abuse.
In his statement, which was not read out at the meeting due to a lack of time, Michael welcomed the opportunity to Chair the Inquiry, and even suggests creating a People’s Commission, rather than going ahead with the current Inquiry should the government’s proposals for reviewing the Inquiry fall short.
Other statements were also released by The White Flowers Campaign today from actress Samantha Jane Morton, Pauline A. CLARE, England’s First Female Chief Constable, Jim Gamble, former Head of CEOPs and Carl, a survivor of child sexual abuse.
All of the statements are added below:
Statement from Michael Mansfield QC
“I welcome this opportunity to make my position…
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