New reports have finally concluded that children who go missing from care are being ruthlessly exploited and groomed for sex by gangs of Muslim paedophiles.
They said disgusting failings in the care system that permitted a group of Pakistani-born men to rape girls in a recent case in Rochdale were commonplace throughout the country.
In a disturbing report, the MPs branded the system of residential care as ‘not fit for purpose’ and appealed for a swift inquiry.
It costs more than £1billion a year to provide 5,000 vulnerable youngsters with so called around-the-clock care but the report accuses police, council staff and officials responsible for safeguarding them of systematic failures that put them at huge risk.
It accentuated a host of defections that mean youngsters are dispersed around the country to poorly-run and unwelcoming homes where staff fail to protect them.
Although the British National Party have campaigned and warned of the dangers of these vile sex beasts for years and the courts twice tried to jail Party Chairman Nick Griffin for exposing the perverts, Labour MP Ann Coffey, who fronted the parliamentary inquiry, said the scandal went unnoticed until it was highlighted by the Rochdale case.
‘What we have in place falls dramatically short of what is needed to protect some of society’s most vulnerable children,’ she said.
‘Dangerous predators are exploiting large gaps in the system and targeting children.
‘The system is far from fit for purpose and needs an urgent rethink to address these failings.’
MPs found professionals in charge of looking after some of the country’s most depraved children in private and local authority care homes are neglecting their duties to keep them out of danger when they go missing.
Many people, including carers, frequently see them as ‘troublesome’ and a ‘drain on resources’ rather than vulnerable victims.
In numerous cases, children in peril of sexual abuse were branded ‘promiscuous’, even when sex was taking place with adults.
Staff reported hunches that children were involved in ‘prostitution’ 631 times over the past five years.
The revelations come just weeks after nine Muslim monsters were jailed for a total of 77 years for grooming teenagers for sex in Rochdale.
The young white victims were incapacitated with drugs and alcohol before being raped. All had been known to social services.
The parliamentary investigation found children in care are three times more likely to run away than those who live at home.
Almost half of children in care are sent outside their local council boundary and some are dispatched hundreds of miles from home – a dominant factor causing them to run away.
The watchdog body Ofsted was castigated for declining to inform police of the names and locations of care homes, referring to ‘human rights’ and ‘data protection’.
The report said this meant officers were left without evidence and could miss crucial opportunities to spot paedophiles targeting homes.
Ofsted was also criticised for designating care homes as ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ despite appalling records.
MPs attacked the attributes of care staff after hearing there was minimal training and many homes relied on unqualified agency workers.
Matthew Reed, of the Children’s Society, said the situation was ‘unacceptable’. ‘It is critical that all areas of the country have a safety net in place, so that every time a child goes missing from care they are protected,’ he added.