‘Countless’ predators in places like Telford warns Samantha Smith

'countless' predators in places like telford warns samantha smith

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‘There are countless perpetuators, countless predators and countless paedophiles wandering the streets of areas like Telford with no fear of being caught.’

Samantha Smith discusses whether Liz Truss will address the UK grooming gang scandal.

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