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Fresh blow to independent review as loss of Ben Emmerson adds to turnover of senior figures
Why a hybrid drama of real and fictional events could be the best way to handle such a thorny subject matter
Alexis Jay will be troubled inquiry’s fourth chair
Lowell Goddard leaves after just 16 months in charge
Smith Review says sexual abuse crimes could have been uncovered by 1973
Judge to preside over 12 wide-ranging and parallel hearings
The police have been far too zealous in dealing with some claims
Police accused of pursuing inquiries based on incomplete evidence
Goddard warns that government-commissioned inquiry could last up to five years
Emlyn Williams’ 1950 moral thriller about an author with a double life still resonates powerfully
Prejudice and anti-racism in UK’s worst child abuse case
The pitfalls of running the vast British public broadcaster
The broadcaster is producing extra services from a shrinking licence fee, says Robin Lustig
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