Government to fast-track legislation for mandatory FGM reporting

Neil Puffett
Friday, January 30, 2015

The government intends to change the law to make reporting suspected cases of female genital mutilation (FGM) mandatory prior to May's general election.

Crime prevention minister Lynne Featherstone said the government wants to make mandatory reporting of FGM law within the next two months. Picture: UK Parilament
Crime prevention minister Lynne Featherstone said the government wants to make mandatory reporting of FGM law within the next two months. Picture: UK Parilament

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