Gorst in censure motion threat
And that will just be the start!
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A briefing on the scope of the inquiry, planned for this morning, has now been delayed so that politicians can read background reports.
Deputy Montfort Tadier, who has taken up the cause of children's home abuse survivors, has told Senator Gorst there is talk of a censure motion, or worse, facing him as the first item of business when the States sit on Tuesday week.
Victims of historic child abuse are concerned the inquiry will be watered-down.
Deputy Tadier argued politicians should be able to see the report and the findings of the Verita inquiry into the issue ahead of any presentation.
Senator Gorst has agreed to release both reports, embargoed, in advance of the briefing.
Earlier this year it was indicated that the investigation should be a healing process for victims rather than a chance to attribute blame.