Teenage sex slave raped 90 times in one weekend despite authorities saying she wasn't at riskGirl gave evidence to committee despite still being 'deeply traumatised'CSJ report claims efforts to tackle slavery in a state of crisisMore than 1,000 adults and children trafficked into or within UK in 2011/12 (file picture posed by model)” class=”blkBorder” /> A report by the Centre for Social Justice has said more than 1,000 adults and children were trafficked into or within the UK in 2011/2012 (file picture posed by model) A teenage girl was raped 90 times in one weekend it has been revealed, in a shocking report into modern-day slavery in the UK. The report, due to be published tomorrow by the Centre for Social Justice, contains evidence from the girl, who was 16 at the time she was taken into slavery and raped by 90 men. The girl, who gave evidence to the committee despite still being 'deeply traumatised' by the attacks, did not come from a background which put her at risk, but became enslaved after befriending girls vulnerable to abuse, it has been reported.
Paedophile snared by police after he takes picture of a girl at his home with shop sign in the background | UPDATED: 11:36 GMT, 29 December 2012 Pervert: David Mellor was jailed for six years Police traced a paedophile to his home after the indecent picture he took of a girl had a giveaway shop sign in the background.
Twitter shuts down string of accounts containing child abuse images after hackers expose indecent contentNSPCC says hacking groups exposed the files last nightThe charity says it has received a 'flurry' of reportsUnclear whether images came from British users or those abroad Cases will now be investigated in the US where the site is basedAnother child protection group received 30 reports of such images | UPDATED: 20:01 GMT, 24 December 2012 A string of Twitter accounts have been closed after they were revealed to contain disturbing images of child abuse. The graphic pictures were apparently made public late last night after hacking groups claimed to have broken into the private accounts to expose their indecent content, the NSPCC said