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Rishi Sunak vows to launch a 'major crackdown' on grooming gangs plus wider efforts to give women the freedom to go out at night without fear

  • Sunak insists he will create new laws to target members of child sex abuse rings
  • It will also be a crime for men to take intimate photos of women without consent
  • The NCA would set up a database to help police monitor gang members 


PUBLISHED: 17:55 EDT, 27 July 2022 | UPDATED: 17:55 EDT, 27 July 2022



Rishi Sunak today promises a 'major crackdown on grooming gangs' as well as wider efforts to protect women if he wins the Tory leadership contest.

The former chancellor will create new laws to target members of child sex abuse rings and set up emergency task forces in towns and cities where they have taken hold.

Writing in today's Daily Mail, he also warns that fears over racism must not deter the fight against grooming gangs, after an inquiry revealed that police failed to tackle widespread abuse by south Asian men in Telford for fear of looking 'politically incorrect'.

In a separate move, Mr Sunak will make it a crime for men to take intimate photos of women without their consent.

'Sexual violence against women and girls should be treated as a national emergency until it has been defeated,' he said last night. 'As a father of two girls, I want them to be able to go for a walk in the evening or to a shop at night without any fear of threat.'.....

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On 7/29/2022 at 11:43 PM, Premi5 said:

Rishi Sunak vows...wider efforts to give women the freedom to go out at night without fear

Most sane people would argue this is part of the problem. A genuine social conservative would advise people to ensure their daughters, girls, and women should stay indoors at night. No, but this bandhar decides they need to embrace more of the randhi behaviour that gets them into trouble. And these bhainchods are our leaders, FFS!

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