LAME WOOF

‘I did not think of Brittan as a friend’

Fiona Woolf said she had stepped down because of “negative feedback” from victims’ groups
Times Newspapers Ltd
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    Fiona Woolf said she had stepped down because of “negative feedback” from victims’ groups Times Newspapers Ltd

Fiona Woolf had no idea that Lord Brittan of Spennithorne would come under scrutiny when she was approached for the job of leading the child abuse inquiry, she told The Times.
She said that she had not mentioned her connection with the former home secretary because she did not regard him as a “close friend”, nor had she realised that he might be a focus of the inquiry

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