Dame Lowell Goddard is branded 'disgraceful' for refusing to appear in front of MPsDame Lowell Goddard quit the vast probe in August and has since faced allegations about her behaviour and conduct in the lucrative post.
Dame Lowell Goddard attacked for 'disgraceful' decision not to appear before Commons committee'This is an astonishing response from a paid public servant who should know how important transparency is in an inquiry as sensitive and crucial as this one'
Dame Lowell Goddard won't appear before Home Affairs CommitteeThe ex-head of the child abuse inquiry refuses a request to appear before a committee of MPs.
Lowell Goddard branded a 'disgrace' after refusing to appear before MPs over her resignation from child sex abuse inquiry
Dame Lowell Goddard accuses former colleagues of forcing her to quit child sex abuse inquiry
Opponents of the child abuse inquiry wanted to deal it a 'fatal' blow by forcing me out, ex-chairwoman Dame Lowell Goddard claims - but she REFUSES to let MPs cross examine herIn an eight-page written submission to the House of Commons Home Affairs Select Committee (HASC), the Dame Lowell acknowledged there were 'tensions' within the inquiry team.
Child sex abuse inquiry: Former chairwoman blames media 'attacks'Dame Lowell Goddard blames "relentless" media pressure for undermining confidence in her leadership.
UK child sex abuse judge will face MP's questions over racism claimsThe former head of the beleaguered child abuse inquiry, Dame Lowell Goddard, is to face MPs over explosive racism claims threatening to derail the £100million probe.
Theresa May aware of tensions 'some weeks' before Dame Lowell Goddard quit
Theresa May denies Home Office dragged its feet over claims Dame Lowell Goddard mishandled child sex abuse inquiry but admits she was aware of 'stories around at the time'Theresa May (pictured at PMQs today) said concerns with the New Zealander chair were raised confidentially but said it would have been wrong of her to intervene 'on the basis of hearsay'.