Child abuse inquiry in crisis after chair quits
- Britain's child abuse inquiry has been thrown into fresh turmoil
- Dame Lowell Goddard became its third chairman to quit
- She has been asked to appear before MPs on the Home Affairs Select Committee
- Home Secretary Amber Rudd said the inquiry would continue "without delay"
- Victims' groups have called for a replacement to be found "urgently"
- One abuse survivor told ITV News that he felt "let down" by another resignation