“You are walking round like a zombie. You have no heart, and you have no brain, because you just don’t know where to turn,” Jack says.
His daughter was sexually abused in Rotherham, a town where more than 1,000 children were subjected to appalling exploitation between 1997 and 2013 – mainly by men of Pakistani heritage.
Discovering what had happened to her left Jack – not his real name – feeling like he had been “ripped apart” inside.
Alongside his daughter, he now attends counselling sessions – held once a week outside the town – where they are given a chance to talk about what happened.