John Rau speaks with Matthew Abraham about the Mullighan Inquiry progressionOver 50 percent of Mullighan Inquiry victims reject government offer

Over half of the victims of abuse whilst under state care identified in the Mullighan Inquiry have refused to lodge claims for ex gratia payments and will seek private settlements from the State Government.

Deputy Premier and Attorney General John Rau told 891 Breakfast this morning that over 100 victims of alleged sexual abuse whilst in state care have rejected the Government's ex gratia payment offer and will launch common law action.