North Wales child abuse: unanswered questions
1. Will the Jillings report, into child sexual abuse, be published?
The Clwyd County Council failed to publish the Jillings report, which it commissioned into child abuse in North Wales care homes.
Copies of the Jillings report are held by a number of local government authorities.
Flintshire Council, for example, is trying to avoid publication.
The UK Home Secretary Theresa May wrongly told parliament that: "The (Waterhouse) report found no evidence of a paedophile ring beyond the care system."
In fact, the Waterhouse report stated that the paedophile ring was "not restricted to staff working in care homes."
In her statement to the UK parliament, Theresea May announced a new inquiry led by the National Crime Agency.
Tony Blair, who lived in Islington.
The home secretary Theresa May has set up an inquiry, led by Mrs Justice Macur, into the terms of reference of the Waterhouse Tribunal.
Some child abuse victims claim they were prevented from giving evidence about certain top people.
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