We're bringing our live coverage of the Wanless report to a close but you can followevents in the House of Commons, where Home Secretary Theresa May will be taking questions from MPs on the report's findings.
The report's key conclusions were:
- No evidence of a cover-up of allegations of child abuse by the Home Office
- No evidence the Home Office gave funding to the Paedophile Information Exchange
- "Significant limitations" in the Home Office's record-keeping systems
- Proposals for all files held by government departments relating to claims of child abuse to be specially marked and retained.