Independent Inquiry criticises Ecclesiastical for ‘incomplete evidence’ in child sexual abuse Church saga

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The report makes eight recommendations directed at the Church of Wales and the Church of England of which Ecclesiastical insures, record keeping was highlighted as a significant problem for these religious institutions

Ecclesiastical has been blasted for allegedly failing to provide complete evidence after an investigation into a safeguarding issue.

It involved several claims being made regarding child sexual abuse against the Church of England and Church in Wales.

This is according to ’The Anglican Church: Investigation Report’ from the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) which was released yesterday, concerning the extent to which the Church of England and the Church in Wales protected children from past sexual abuse and the effectiveness of these safeguarding arrangements.

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