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Young men who have been brought up in London strongly oppose female genital mutilation even if their ethnic communities still practise it, a new study says.

Researchers tracking the changing attitudes found that young men from countries where the practice is widespread who now live in Britain actively seek a wife who has not been "cut".

But some older women immigrants continue to support the practice, believing it is important for the marriage prospects of girls.


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