Bradford councillor calls for investigation over child trafficking claims (From Bradford Telegraph and Argus)

Claims that sexually exploited children are trafficked in Bradford have to be thoroughly investigated and action taken, the politician responsible for children’s services has said.

National newspaper reports yesterday claimed that allegedly, organised networks of Asian males have exploited young white females in South Yorkshire since 2000.

via Bradford councillor calls for investigation over child trafficking claims (From Bradford Telegraph and Argus).

I’d be interested to know which “national newspaper” made these allegations. I’ve done a Google search and couldn’t find it. Why not credit your sources, T&A? Not to do so destroys your credibility.

Clearly trafficking and sexual abuse of children is criminal, whatever the race or religion of the perpetrators. Do any such reports describe the criminals as White? If not, why not?

But it’s a fact that most sexual abuse of children takes place in the family, among the majority, indigenous population.

Knowing Ralph Berry, I’m surprised he didn’t point out these basic facts to the T&A, rather than a knee-jerk reaction: ““It must be investigated thoroughly and action taken pretty damn quick”.

KARL DALLAS

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About Karl Dallas

Former BBC and IRN presenter, presenter of jazz, classical, movie and talk shows on Bradford Community Broadcasting, editor and presenter of VideoCaroline, "the best TV over the Seven Seas".
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