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British MPs say New Zealander Dame Lowell Goddard's refusal to give oral evidence about her sudden resignation from a UK inquiry into child sexual abuse is 'shameful".
Former NZ judge Dame Lowell Goddard has said she won't appear before British MPs to answer questions about her time in charge of a child sex abuse inquiry.
Dame Lowell Goddard has for the first time given details of why she abruptly left her job as the head of a major child sex abuse inquiry in Britain. She blames "relentless" media pressure for… Audio
The New Zealand judge who formerly headed a major child sex abuse inquiry in Britain says false media articles were placed by her political opponents.
A British select committee has been told members of the major child sex abuse inquiry found it difficult to get on with the chair, New Zealand judge Dame Lowell Goddard. The BBC's Tom Symonds was at… Audio
British MPs have questioned the panel of the inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse about the resignation of the investigation's third chairperson, New Zealand judge Dame Lowell Goddard. Audio
A senior lawyer for the UK's historical child sexual abuse inquiry has resigned, just a month after a New Zealand judge stepped down as chairperson.
A UK child abuse support group hopes the inquiry into child sexual abuse won't be derailed by Lowell Goddard's sudden resignation. He says she's been hounded by the press and that hasn't helped. Audio
Dame Lowell Goddard has quit as the head of UK independent inquiry into child sexual abuse. She's been criticised for her high salary - and her holidays. Audio
Dame Lowell Goddard releases a statement about her resignation from the UK independent inquiry into child sexual abuse. Audio