Rotherham child grooming scandal is 'tearing town apart with racial tension'
A Sunday People investigation reveals the simmering tensions and air of mistrust which persist in South Yorkshire after the scandal
Anger at the sexual abuse of teenage girls by Pakistani grooming gangs is tearing a town apart with racial tension, a Sunday People investigation has revealed.
Multi-cutural Rotherham in South Yorkshire was rocked by a damning report this summer, which showed that 1,400 vulnerable youngsters have been targeted for sex since 1997.
Worryingly, we found hate crime has soared and mutual suspicion is rife since it was revealed the culprits were mainly British Asians.
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