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CEL Director on Baroness Butler Sloss' Resignation from Child Abuse Inquiry
16 July 2014
Writing on 9 July on his blog Lawyer Watch, CEL Director Richard Moorhead predicted Baroness Butler Sloss' resignation from her position leading the Home Office inquiry into historic child abuse, saying that as soon as it became clear she may have to investiagte matters alleged to have involved her brother-in-law - former Attorney General, Sir Michael Havers - that she would be left with little option.
His thoughts were also published in Legal Business and he was interviewed on the matter by Richard Bacon for BBC 5 Live, when the Baroness resigned.
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