Royal Commission: Former PM Julia Gillard says public wants action after five-year abuse inquiry

By Joanne McCarthy
Updated December 12 2017 - 10:08pm, first published 10:05pm
Community is "waiting and watching" to see responses to royal commission final report and recommendations

REMOVING tax concessions to push “recalcitrant” churches to act on child sexual abuse reforms would have community support because “the public won’t tolerate” inaction after the five-year child abuse royal commission, said Julia Gillard on the eve of the commission’s final report.

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