Letter: Forced to face public scrutiny

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The Independent Online
YOUR report ('MP fights SFO over public hearings', Business, 31 January) on the Social Security Select Committee's attempt to force former Maxwell associates to answer questions in public ends: 'It is a question of people 'being forced to face public scrutiny,' a source close to the select committee said.' Put another way: 'People have to be publicly accountable for their actions.'

Jean Rogers, Durham