Clerics from four of Britain's mosques, including one in West Yorkshire, are under investigation after being caught on camera agreeing to conduct secret marriage ceremonies involving girls as young as 14.
They include a senior Muslim leader who has worked with West Yorkshire Police as an advisor on community cohesion.
Around 400 schoolchildren – mainly girls from South Asian communities - are forced into marriage every year in the UK, according to official Government figures.
The vast majority of forced marriages of British children happen abroad, according to official statistics.
But an ITV investigation has been told by experts in the field that children as young as 10 are being forced into marriage in the UK.
Undercover reporters from ITV's Exposure programme posed as the mother and brother of a 14-year-old girl who they wished to marry to an older man.
The pair approached 56 mosques across the UK and 18 said they would be willing to perform an Islamic marriage, called a nikah.
Shams-Ul Huda Khan Misbahi , who preaches at the Jamia Masjid Kanzul Iman Mosque in Heckmondwike, West Yorkshire, agreed to marry the 14-year-old.
This is despite having previously publicy denounced forced marriages.
The mosque has launced a 'thorough investigation" and said it does not endorse forced or underage marriage.
Watch Exposure: Forced to Marry on ITV at 10.35pm on Wednesday October 9.
A young boy's been airlifted to hospital after a crash in Heckmondwike. Police have confirmed the crash involved one vehicle and a young child, and have described it as a "serious incident." It happened at six lane ends in the town earlier this evening.
A driving instructor in Heckmondwike says learners just need to have more confidence. Michelle Bruce says some of her students feel nervous being in the car with strangers which she partly blames for the town being home to five of the worst learners in the country.
Statistics released by the Driving Standards Agency showing that five of the worst learner drivers in the country all came from Heckmondwike and were women has sparked a debate in the town over who is the best drivers, men or women. We have been gathering views in the town:
Five of the worst 20 learner drivers in the country come from Heckmondwike in West Yorkshire. Data from the Driving Standards Agency shows they have notched up 158 failed tests between them. All five were women:
The worst driver passed their practical test at the 34th attempt.
Two more drivers took 32 tests before they could throw away their L-plates.
A further two drivers each needed 30 tests before they passed.
Looking at Heckmondwike's overall pass rate, 39.8% of tests taken result in a pass, well below the national average of 47.1%
A town in West Yorkshire been named the worst in the country for learner drivers. In a list of the 20 drivers to have failed their test the most times, five of them were from Heckmondwike in West Yorkshire.
Police have released a e-fit of a man they want to speak to following an indecent exposure in Heckmondwike in West Yorkshire. It happened on Thursday 6th June when a 15-year-old Dewsbury girl, was walking through woodland near Cawley Lane.