Child abuse inquiry: Who will succeed Fiona Woolf?
Home Secretary Theresa May has promised to consult victims groups before appointing a successor to Fiona Woolf to lead the official inquiry into historical child abuse.
On Friday Mrs Woolf became the second person to resign from the job, having faced criticism for her links to establishment figures.
BBC Political Correspondent Ross Hawkins reports.
01 Nov 2014
- From the section UK Politics