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Dunne: Fine words, little action on abuse inquiry

The Government milked political kudos from setting up the Royal Commission of Inquiry into abuse of children in state care but, having launched it with a fanfare, has now left it dangling with the clock ticking on the reporting deadline, writes former Minister Peter Dunne.

Every few days more shocking stories emerge around the world of sexual and physical abuse of young children in institutional care during the latter half of the 20th century.

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