The UKs Inquiry into child sexual abuse represents, at least, one hell of a research project.
The inquiry spoke to thousands of people over several years and published loads of reports.
But is it likely to change anything?
The Inquiry itself reported on how, “Inspections of institutions were, at times, lacking. Recommendations made following internal or external reviews were infrequently implemented and sometimes ignored.”
Will the same fete await the Inquiry?