A report into child abuse that was suppressed for 17 years has finally been published following a Freedom of Information request.
John Jillings' inquiry was set up after seven former care workers in Wrexham had been convicted of physical and sexual abuse in the early 1990s.
His report found there had been 'extensive' abuse over a number of years, and called for a public inquiry to be held.
He also said the inquiry team had been hindered by the serious constaints surrounding the availability of material from within social services and the police.
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