Sarah Champion: Rotherham MP defends her grooming gangs comments

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ROTHERHAM MP Sarah Champion has warned that the “floppy left” is afraid of speaking out on issues such as sex grooming gangs for fear of being branded racist. The former Shadow Women and Equalities Secretary was forced to quit her … Continue reading

Sarah Champion interviewed by Andrew Norfolk

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Saturday interview Sarah Champion MP: ‘I’d rather be called a racist than turn a blind eye to child abuse’ The Labour MP whose article about sex gangs caused a furore, talks to The Times Andrew Norfolk September 2 2017, 12:01am, The … Continue reading

Newcastle grooming gang – more from The Times

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Ex-police chief Sue Sim ‘appalled’ at use of rapist in Newcastle grooming case The former chief constable who set up a sex-grooming investigation in which a child rapist was paid to be a police informant said yesterday that she was … Continue reading

Rotherham sex abuse survivor criticises payment to paedophile informant

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A woman abused by a sex gang leader in Rotherham has criticised a decision to pay a child rapist £10,000 to infiltrate a paedophile ring. Sammy Woodward, now in her 30s but who was 14 when she was abused, spoke … Continue reading

Police paid child rapist to infiltrate sex-grooming gang

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Police secretly paid £10,000 to a child rapist who attended parties where men drugged and sexually abused young girls. Officers were aware of his conviction when they recruited him in 2014 to spy on a gang of men, mainly of … Continue reading

Andrew Norfolk: Police force paid child rapist to infiltrate sex abuse network in Newcastle upon Tyne

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Police secretly paid £10,000 to a child rapist who attended sex parties where men drugged and sexually abused young girls. Officers knew of the Asian man’s conviction for raping a child when they recruited him in 2014 to spy on … Continue reading

Operation Bullfinch and the vulnerable girls of Oxford

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Operation Bullfinch and the vulnerable girls of Oxford Operation Bullfinch, the police inquiry that led to an Old Bailey trial, began in 2011, four months after The Times revealed a hidden national pattern of sex crimes involving young teenage girls … Continue reading

Times wins right to name abuse-trial millionaire Tariq Khuja

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Times wins right to name abuse-trial millionaire Tariq Khuja The identity of a multimillionaire property developer who was arrested during a police inquiry into a child-sex ring was revealed yesterday after The Times won a four-year battle to lift his … Continue reading

Oxford grooming arrest man loses anonymity case

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A man arrested but never charged in connection with an investigation into child sexual grooming has lost a legal battle to keep his identity secret. Tariq Khuja attempted to use privacy laws to stop press and media reports after he … Continue reading