No shame, no blame: what the report says

In its plea for openness, the inquiry lacks conviction.The report, published last Thursday, runs to 16 volumes.Despite advocating openness as 'the correct approach'it is characterised by a cautious tone and a reluctance to pinpoint blame.Indeed, the summary document, published alongside the report, shies away from any criticisms of individuals, 'which ...

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