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Child grooming hidden by political correctness says MP

A government minister has suggested that a combination of political correctness and racial sensitivity is preventing some cases of child sex grooming from being investigated.

Children's Minister Tim Loughton told the BBC that in many cases the authorities had to deal with "closed communities" which allowed offenders to stay "under the radar".

Tim Iredale reports.

  • 24 Jun 2011
  • From the section UK