The Westminster inquiry into alleged abuse of children in the Eighties should not be restricted to sexual abuse, a child protection expert has said.
Dr Liz Davies, child protection reader at London Metropolitan University, said: "It should be about organised child abuse. I've got survivors who were tortured but not sexually abused. Are we saying that their views are not important?"
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