By BARBARA HEWSON FOR THE DAILY MAIL
Back in January last year, I attended a meeting at the House of Commons for the White Flowers campaign, which lobbies for justice for victims of historic ‘organised sexual abuse’.
It was an experience I can only describe as bizarre, at best.
Because apart from calls for ‘heads on spikes’, no one at the meeting seemed to know what it was they wanted to achieve.
This peculiar evening is what came to mind when I heard the two extraordinary announcements this week that lurched the troubled Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) yet further into turmoil.
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