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THE VICTORIA CLIMBIÉ INQUIRY
Chairman: Lord Laming

SUMMARY
AND RECOMMENDATIONS

THE VICTORIA CLIMBIÉ INQUIRY

SUMMARY REPORT OF AN INQUIRY BY LORD LAMING

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“I have suffered too much grief in setting down these heartrending memories. If I try to describe him, it is to make sure that I shall not forget him.”
Jiro Hirabayashi from Yasunori Kawahara’s translation of The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. This sentiment applies also to Victoria Climbié. This Report is dedicated to her memory.

Contents
1 2 3 Introduction Victoria’s story Recommendations 1 17 33

This Summary Report contains sections 1, 3 and 18 from the Main Report

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Introduction

1 Introduction
“Victoria had the most beautiful smile that lit up the room.” Patrick Cameron This Report begins and ends with Victoria Climbié. It is right that it should do so. The purpose of this Inquiry has been to find out why this once happy, smiling, enthusiastic little girl – brought to this country by a relative for ‘a better life’ – ended her days the victim of almost unimaginable cruelty. The horror of what happened to her during her last months was captured by Counsel to the Inquiry, Neil Garnham QC, who told the Inquiry: “The food would be cold and would be given to her on a piece of plastic while she was tied up in the bath. She would eat it like a dog, pushing her face to the plate. Except, of course that a dog is not usually tied up in a plastic bag full of its...

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