On #coffeyreport PM says one of the biggest lessons is very early intervention, not acceptable for people under 16 to be abused in this way
Prime Minister David Cameron has told a press conference that one of the biggest lessons of the Coffey Report into child sexual exploitation is very early intervention.
Addressing the media, he said that it is 'not acceptable' for people under 16 to suffer abuse.
A whistleblower has told ITV News the police were "cherry-picking" which of the Rochdale abuse perpetrators they were going to arrest.
A critical report into child sexual exploitation in Greater Manchester claims it's become a 'social norm' in some areas.
Victims of child sexual exploitation tell of the traumatic experience of going through the justice system