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Child sex scandal council hires 'mentors' linked to hard-liners
The council which failed scores of girls abused by a sex grooming ring has hired a radical Islamic group to "mentor" potential abusers from the Muslim community.
The group, Street UK, also has links to the Trojan Horse plot, in which hard-line Muslims sought to Islamise state schools and push out secular head teachers.
The contract is part of Oxfordshire County Council's response to Operation Bullfinch, which saw seven men convicted of 59 sex crimes against children and sentenced to a total of 95 years in prison. Five were of Pakistani origin and two were North African.
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