This month for our column over at Jordans, we have chosen to write about the Independent Panel Inquiry into Child Abuse, why we think it’s going nowhere and what the Inquiry can do to come back as a contender when it comes to analysing the state of child sexual exploitation (CSE) in Britain.

From giving the Inquiry statutory status, to publishing the names of the 100 candidates who the government are considering as Chair, we go through a raft of considerations and proposals which we believe would make the Inquiry better. And as always, we’d love to hear what you think.

You can grab the article here.