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

By Joanne McCarthy
Updated December 12 2017 - 11:08am, first published 11:05am

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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