A public inquiry should be held into church child abuse, a solicitor representing victims of an East Sussex priest has said.
Tracey Emmott, one of eight lawyers appealing for the inquiry into abuse within the church in England and Wales, made the call in a letter to The Times.
Her seven clients are among victims of paedophile priest Roy Cotton, who worked for the Diocese of Chichester.
A Church of England spokeswoman said it would co-operate with a public inquiry.
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