Article written by Kathleen Hallisey appearing on the website of the UK's Times Newspaper - the article does not appear (yet?) to be in the print version.
Kathleen Hallisey is a senior solicitor at Bolt Burdon Kemp, specialising in child abuse. She acted on behalf of the claimant in the landmark case of A v Watchtower  EWHC 1722 (QB), the first judgment against the Jehovah’s Witnesses in the UK for historical sexual abuse.
In the article she refers to the WT UK Child Safeguarding Policy - click here for a side-by-side 2012/2017 comparision of the document
She also refers to the UK BBC TV 2002 Panorama documentary: "Suffer the little children" - see bottom of this post to watch.
I believe the 'landmark case' on which she acted on behalf of the claimant is this one, when she was working for AO Advocates
BBC: Jehovah's Witnesses to compensate woman over sex abuse - 19 June
A woman who claimed Jehovah's Witness elders failed to protect her from sex abuse carried out by a paedophile has won a £275,000 payout.
The woman, now in her 20s, alleges she was abused as a child in Loughborough by ministerial servant Peter Stewart.
She had argued at London's High Court that he used his role to abuse her.
A judge ruled the organisation was liable for the abuse because it failed to take "safeguarding steps" after Stewart admitted abusing another child.
Mr Justice Globe said he was "satisfied" the defendants should be "held responsible" for the abuse, which took place between 1989 and 1994.
It is the first civil case in the UK of historical sexual abuse brought against the Christian-based religious movement.