As we reported here a few days ago, Gavin Boby of the Law and Freedom Foundation has been working intensively on the issue of child sex slavery in the UK. The activities of the largely Muslim “grooming and pimping” gangs have been known for decades to the police and the social service agencies, but the perps went largely unpunished before 2012.
Mr. Boby notes:
The report examines in detail:
- What these gangs do
- The chronology of the problem
- Institutional failure and the abuse of the narrative of racism
- The Islamic cultural background
- The scale of the problem
It establishes that 20 years ago child-care professionals dealing with the victims made recommendations which could have protected the schoolgirl victims, but these steps have never been implemented.
The report is definitive — there is no analysis of this problem of this quality anywhere.
It goes into substantial detail, but anyone interested in the subject will find their time is well invested.
We are very grateful to Peter McLoughlin for the hundreds of hours he has devoted to this work. His selfless dedication is reflected in the quality of the research and writing.