Stockport MP Ann Coffey, who led a report into child sexual exploitation, has said the authorities' response to abuse "shouldn't be a postcode lottery".
ITV News Granada Political Reporter Daniel Hewitt reports:
"Response to child sexual exploitation shouldn't be a postcode lottery." Children move around, she says. Police teams need to work closer.
A whistleblower has told ITV News the police were "cherry-picking" which of the Rochdale abuse perpetrators they were going to arrest.
The sexual exploitation of children has become "normal" in some parts of Greater Manchester, according to an independent inquiry.
Children who have been sexually exploited are "blamed for being a victim", a new report suggests.