Babies born to some victims of sexual exploitation in Rotherham were taken away from them and their mothers would never see them again, the town's MP said.
A report by Professor Alexis Jay found 1,400 children were sexually abused while in care at the council over a 16-year period.
In a number of the cases we read, children and young people had pregnancies, miscarriages and terminations. Some had children removed under care orders and suffered further trauma when contact with their child was terminated and alternative family placements found. This affected not just the victims themselves, but other siblings who had developed attachments to the baby.
Labour's Sarah Champion said it "spoke volumes" about how the authorities did not see these children as victims.
"In my eyes, this is one of the most upsetting parts of the report," she said.
Children as young as 11 were raped by large groups of men, a new inquiry into child sexual exploitation in Rotherham has found.
A report into 16 years of child sexual abuse in Rotherham has concluded that the true scale of exploitation in the town will never be known.