Why can't England learn from Wales?

July 3, 2004

The Clywch Inquiry might just have well be subtitled ‘A Little Local Difficulty’ for all the impact it made in England. The report by Children’s Commissioner Peter Clarke received some advance publicity on television and radio but sank without a trace after its publication. Political Editor Kirsty Buchanan asks why the lessons of the inquiry may only be heeded on one side of the borderIN Wales Peter Clarke’s report into the child abuse scandal surrounding former drama teacher John Owen dominated the news this week.The 280-page document attracted acres of publicity, some controversy and a great deal of praise.In England you could be forgiven for not realising the Clywch Inquiry had even reached its conclusion….

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