More than five child sex offences recorded an hour

A new NSPCC report shows that more than 40,000 child sex offences were recorded by police last year - a third up on the previous year. Shockingly, a quarter of all cases involved children aged ten or younger.

Online safety expert Jonathan Taylor joined Piers and Susanna to say that the figures are "alarming but not surprising" as lots of historical cases are continuing to come forward, adding to the growing number of overall cases.

Jonathan knows the horrors that the internet has attributed to child sexual abuse; he spent eight years with the police being sexually groomed online while pretending to be twelve or thirteen year old girls.

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