This enquiry cannot, must not be abandoned, but all those involved must have their integrity scrutinised. It’s no good officialdom plucking ‘big’ names out of a hat.
Integrity requires staying-power and dogged persistence in the face of all the red-herrings thrown from fishy sources..
Welcome to another week.
As news of more lawyers leaving the nation’s child abuse inquiry comes to light, some media outlets are suggesting that the inquiry should be axed. Survivors and victims, unfazed by the developments, see this latest stage of the inquiry’s evolution as a chance to restructure the investigation to make it even more efficient.
Our question this week, then, is just this: what do you think should be done with the child abuse inquiry?