Keith Vaz MP, of the home affairs select committee, says Lady Butler-Sloss, who has stood down as chair of the inquiry into historical child abuse, is "the innocent victim in all this".
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A Kincora abuse victim from Northern Ireland has told Channel 4 News how he was also abused at London's Elm Guest House and Dolphin Square at the hands of "very powerful people".
The Cabinet Office denies attempting to cover up information about Whitehall's knowledge of Cyril Smith's child abuse at the time he was granted a knighthood.
The head of the inquiry into child sex abuse resigns after concerns emerged over her links with former home secretary Lord Brittan.
The former BBC DJ is convicted on one count of indecent assault by a jury at Southwark crown court. He is found not guilty on another count of indecent assault and on a count of sexual assault.
The government is forced to defend Baroness Butler-Sloss as head of an inquiry into allegations of child abuse. Channel 4 News asked her what she thought.
Serially sexually abused as a Caldicott School pupil, Ian McFadyen tells Jon Snow the experience has devastated his life. But he urges others who have been abused to "come forward and tell the truth".
The Home Office is appointing a senior legal figure to carry out a fresh review into how a dossier alleging paedophile activity at Westminster in the 1980s was handled by the department.
I have already described how I was abused as a child - but my abuser did not haunt me because, unlike Jimmy Savile and Rolf Harris, he was not constantly in the public eye.