Theresa May: 'No regrets' over Butler-Sloss appointment

Theresa May has defended the appointment of Baroness Butler-Sloss to the wide-ranging inquiry into allegations of child abuse at a number of institutions saying she had no regrets about the decision.

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Tom Watson: Government rushed inquiry process

Labour MP Tom Watson - who petitioned for a national inquiry into child abuse allegations - has told ITV News Baroness Butler-Sloss' background would have made it difficult for victims to come forward.

Lady Butler-Sloss said upon stepping down that she didn't "sufficiently consider" whether her background and her brother's position as Attorney General would "cause difficulties".

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