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David Cameron has called for a “global movement” to end the practice of female genital mutilation. The Government has announced that parents who allow their daughters to be cut could be prosecuted, as well as a £1.4m prevention programme. The UK is co-hosting a summit alongside Unicef that is designed to eradicate FGM...
Labour press release Responding to the Girls Summit 2014 and action to tackle FGM announced today, Yvette Cooper, Shadow Home Secretary, said: "FGM is an abhor...
Alison Saunders said she supported proposals to prosecute parents who fail to protect their daughters from female genital mutilation. "We think it’s very good ide...
David Cameron has called for a “global movement” to end female genital mutilation. The Government is co-hosting a summit in London today with Unicef aimed at end...
National Union of Teachers press release Commenting on the Girl Summit held in London today, Kevin Courtney, Deputy General Secretary of the National Union of Tea...
Justine Greening said today's FGM summit in London was about bringing the international community together to tackle female genital mutilation. "We know that ther...
22/07/2014 on World at One, BBC Radio 4
22/07/2014 on BBC News
14/07/2014 on Today, BBC Radio Four
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