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Old 25-05-2013, 07:40
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An old law may stop women in England and Wales, who were groomed for sex as teenage girls before 2004, from bringing charges against the people who took advantage of them. The issue was highlighted when two women were told they could not press charges because they did not report the abuse to the police within 12 months of it happening.
Why is their case different to the many of successful historic prosecutions?
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