In an exchange at First Minister's questions, Plaid Cymru's leader, Leanne Wood, condemned the media's reporting of fresh allegations of child abuse at north Wales children's homes in the 1970s and 1980s. Carwyn Jones replied that it had 'bordered on hysteria'.
We've seen public criticism of someone who should never have been paraded though TV studios in the first place. Will you join me in condemning media reporting which sensationalises and simplifies complex stories rather than treating vulnerable people with the dignity that they deserve?
What we saw last week bordered on hysteria. We then saw an unfortunate situation where a part of evidence that was submitted by one potential witness was found to be flawed. But that doesn't mean of course that all the evidence that's new is flawed.
A judge who spent three years investigating child abuse in North Wales 'was surprised to be told his inquiry had not heard key evidence.'
The Children's Commissioner for Wales, Keith Towler, said he's handling 66 separate cases following North Wales abuse scandal.
A former resident of Bryn Estyn care home says he wrongly identified the Conservative peer as one of the men who carried out sexual abuse.