HOW MANY TELFORDS? – Rotherham was not an isolated hell:
Seven men were jailed in 2013 following Operation Chalice, a police inquiry into child prostitution in the Telford area.
Mubarek Ali, 34, sold teenage girls, some as young as 13, for sex above an Indian restaurant in Telford, Shropshire, after grooming them.
His brother Ahdel Ali, 27, was handed a 26-year sentence after the pair sexually abused, trafficked, prostituted or tried to prostitute four teenagers.
Just like in Rotherham, the abuse was repeatedly brought to the authorities’ attention, but nothing was done for the fear of offending racial sensitivities and disturbing the community harmony. Whistleblowers were sidelined and punished.
What’s the bet there are dozens of Rotherhams and Telfords across the UK, still waiting to be exposed to the daylight?
In case you were wondering what the left will sacrifice for the sake of “diverse and inclusive [multicultural] society”, it’s not just your freedom of speech, it’s also your daughters.