Abuse inquiry head Fiona Woolf should resign, say law firms
Fiona Woolf, head of the public inquiry into historical sex abuse, has told MPs she was determined to get to the truth behind alleged cases of child abuse.
However, two law firms representing hundreds of abuse victims have questioned Fiona Woolf's position as chair.
Alison Millar from Leigh Day solicitors told Jim Naughtie that her appearance before MPs showed she was "not equipped" for the role.
22 Oct 2014
- From the section UK