This is just a test An inquiry spokesman told the newspaper Justice Goddard had spent 44 working days in New Zealand and Australia on inquiry business in the first financial year of the inquiry and that she is entitled to 30 days' annual leave. The inquiry was set up to investigate allegations made against local authorities, religious organisations, the armed forces and public and private institutions in England and Wales, as well as people in the public eye. It will be conducted on a statutory basis - meaning it has the power to compel witnesses to give evidence.