Daily roundup: Child sexual exploitation; ‘punishment room' claims, and action on junk food

Neil Puffett
Monday, February 18, 2013

A campaign to break the taboo of child sexual exploitation, claims of autistic children being ‘locked up' for bad behaviour, and a call for a ban on junk food advertising, all in the news today.

The LGA wants to 'break the taboo' around discussing child sexual exploitation. Image: Phil Adams
The LGA wants to 'break the taboo' around discussing child sexual exploitation. Image: Phil Adams

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