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The Crown Prosecution Service is failing to prosecute honour crimes for fear of causing “unrest” in Asian communities, a Scotland Yard whistleblower has alleged. Det Sgt Pal Singh disclosed that “apathy” by prosecutors led to the collapse of what could have been the first conviction for forced marriage in England. Read more:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/11/07/cps-afraid-to-tackle-honour-crimes/

January 19, 2017

CPS ‘afraid to tackle honour crimes for fear of causing unrest in Asian communities’

The Crown Prosecution Service is failing to prosecute honour crimes for fear of causing “unrest” in Asian communities, […]
January 19, 2017

Metropolitan Police accuses honour crimes whistleblower of gross misconduct

A Scotland Yard whistleblower who claimed the Crown Prosecution Service is failing Asian female victims of honour crimes has […]
January 19, 2017

Call the Midwife confronts female genital mutilation in new series

Call The Midwife is to tackle the controversial issue of female genital mutilation, with a storyline set among the […]
January 13, 2017

Women’s Rights Are a National Security Issue

The Trump transition team asked the State Department last week to submit details of programs and jobs that […]
January 6, 2017

Afghan returnee girls at risk of early marriage: report

Children of Afghan families returning from Pakistan, who do not go to school and have no access to […]