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I can no longer ignore the fact:

Andrew Norfolk, the chief investigative reporter at the Times, talks about his investigations into Grooming Gangs, and how he could no longer ignore the facts after almost every single case involved Pakistani Muslims raping girls aged 12-15.

I could no longer ignore the facts

Andrew Norfolk, the chief investigative reporter at the Times, talks about his investigations into Grooming Gangs, and how he could no longer ignore the facts after almost every single case involved Pakistani Muslims raping girls aged 12-15.

Slået op af Amorpha Media i Onsdag den 14. februar 2018

För info: Andrew Norfolk is a British journalist for The Times. In 2010, he began investigating the Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal and from January 2011 he published articles on the subject.

In February 2013, he won the Paul Foot Award for investigative journalism.[1] In May that year, he also received the Orwell Prize for his work.[2]

In August 2017, Norfolk wrote an article stating that a five-year-old Christian girl in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets had become distressed by being placed with Muslim foster parents. The borough council complained to the Independent Press Standards Organisation, who ruled in April 2018 that the story contained inaccuracies.

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