8 Apr 2019

Concerns about abuse inquiry boss 'shut down' - survivor

From Morning Report, 7:48 am on 8 April 2019

The government's historical abuse inquiry is being accused of shutting down questions about the Commissioners' potential conflicts of interest over their religious affiliations. Christopher Longhurst who was abused at a Catholic school also says the inquiry is unsafe for victims and he wants nothing more to do with it. Late last month the commission posted on its website a process for handling conflicts of interest though it's been meeting abuse survivors for months. Ann Marie May reports.