Bigots and the politically correct are stifling debate on child grooming gangs, according to a study that found the majority of offenders are Asian. Quilliam, a think tank, researched 58 gangs and found that 84 per cent of their members were Asian, and 70 per cent of those were of Pakistani heritage. The research analysed 58 convictions of grooming gangs since Of the offenders, were Asian, 22 black, 18 white and two were of unknown ethnicity. Get The International Pack for free for your first 30 days for unlimited Smartphone and Tablet access.
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Solicitor General: Asian gangs must be handed longer sentences for targeting white girls
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EIGHT vile paedophiles who sexually exploited three young girls in Rotherham have been jailed for up to 19 years today. But the court was also told that police lost the her clothes without carrying out any forensic analysis. The family tried to get help from social services as well and took the girl out of school before eventually moving abroad. Ms Colborne said the court case was about three victims "who were sexualised and, in some instances, subjected to acts of a degrading and violent nature at the hands of these men".
Please refresh the page and retry. J udges must give longer sentences to Asian Muslim grooming gangs who abuse white teenage girls when there is evidence of racism, the Government's senior legal advisor has said. Robert Buckland, the Solicitor General, told The Telegraph that racism "cuts all ways" and should be "front and centre" when it is part of sexual abuse cases.