Sex abuse probe won’t be scaled back, and it could last 10 years

THE national child sexual abuse inquiry will retain all of its investigations after an internal review concluded it should not be scaled back.

Chairwoman Professor Alexis Jay, who led the inquiry into child sexual exploitation in Rotherham, rejected suggestions that the remit of the probe was too broad to succeed – describing its scope as a “virtue”.

She said she plans to make recommendations in an interim report in 2018 and spoke of her determination to make “substantial progress” by 2020.

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