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House of Commons Hansard
Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse: Child Migration Programmes
01 March 2018
Volume 636
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I am pleased to announce that the independent inquiry into child sexual abuse has today published its first regular report, which can be found at

This report relates to its child migration programmes case study. The child migration policy was misguided and deeply flawed. Successive Governments have accepted that the policy of child migration was wrong. The 2010 national apology has been reaffirmed in each subsequent year. Over £9 million has been made available to former child migrants to help them be reunited with their families.

Across Government, we look forward to viewing this report and considering how we can respond to its content. Meanwhile I would like to thank Professor Jay and her Panel for their continued work to uncover the truth, expose what went wrong in the past and to learn the lessons for the future.