UK's child sex abuse inquiry chief Alexis Jay to earn £185k a year
The new chairwoman of the inquiry into child sexual abuse will be paid £185,000 a year.
Professor Alexis Jay, named as fourth head of the probe after Dame Lowell Goddard resigned, will also be given a £35,000 London housing allowance.
The salary is substantially lower than the £355,000 paid to her predecessor.
Releasing details of the package, the inquiry said: "Professor Jay requested this salary and did not require a car and driver, as provided to the previous chair."
The inquiry also published its financial report for 2015-16, including details of spending amounting to more than £500,000 in relation to Dame Lowell's salary and allowances.