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'They are Muslims, and many of them would claim to be practising.
It comes to something when the BBC prefers to risk being condemned for racism than expose itself.'The authorities are under mounting pressure to radically change their approach to tackling these sex gangs after a wave of grooming trials have laid bare the sheer scale of the assaults carried out on young women.
Mr Penning said it is shocking that the men behind the sickening abuse cannot be given tougher sentences that reflect that they single out and target white people.
Meanwhile, a Tory former policing minister has said the gangs should be treated as 'race hate criminals' so they can be handed tougher prison sentences.
Mike Penning is writing to the government's top lawyer, Attorney General Jeremy Wright, urging him to consider changing the legal guidelines.