In a gut-wrenching development, it may turn out that last year's report detailing a decade-and-a-half of sexual exploitation inflicted on at least 1,400 children from Rotherham, England—and the PC-driven effort to cover it up—may represent the proverbial tip of the iceberg. The city's Labor MP Sarah Champion believes as many as one million children may have been victimized, describing it as a "national disaster" that requires the establishment of a task force to deal with the "horror."
Champion picks up the story following the release of a report, titled "The Independent Inquiry Into Child Exploitation in Rotherham, 1997-2013." "The day after the first report broke the victims started coming to me," she told the Daily Mirror. "They couldn't go to the police, they couldn't go to the (Rotherham Borough) Council. So who do you go to?"