A service supporting vulnerable victims of sexual violence including those who have suffered female genital mutilation (FGM) and trafficking is at breaking point.

Rape Crisis Glasgow's (RCG) project for black and minority ethnic (BME) victims, including including asylum seekers and refugees, is seeing two to three new victims a week.

In the two years since the Ruby Project workers have seen more than 100 women.

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