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'Key evidence not heard'

A man who was abused whilst living in the Bryn Estyn care home near Wrexham in the 1970s and 80s, has apologised to a Conservative peer for wrongly identifying him.

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Hague offers support for fresh north Wales abuse investigation

William Hague, The former Welsh Secretary who set up the Waterhouse inquiry into abuse at care homes in North Wales, says he fully supports the Home Secretary in ordering inquiries in to the abuse in Welsh care homes.

Speaking to ITV News in India he said: "It is very important that we do everything possible to get to the truth about these matters. If there is anything else to look at, it must be looked at, there must be no stone unturned."

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