Police have spoken to hundreds of families flying into Manchester Airport to raise awareness of the genital mutilation of girls.

Officers spoke to passengers from more than 100 flights as part of an initiative to raise awareness of FGM, a criminal offence punishable by 14 years in prison.

Supported by the UK Border Force and Manchester Airport, the specialist GMP team monitored 105 flights arriving at Manchester airport over five days.

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