UK & World News
Wednesday's National Newspaper Front Pages
THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES
:: Daily Telegraph
More than 1,400 children in Rotherham were sexually abused by paedophiles after police and council bosses turned a blind eye for fear of being labelled racist.
:: Daily Mail
Over a 16-year period, children as young as 11 were sexually exploited in the South Yorkshire town by gangs of men - most of them of Pakistani origin.
:: Daily Mirror
The author of a report into the abuse said authorities have a lot to answer for.
:: The Sun
The youngsters were victims of the "PC brigade".
:: The Guardian
The investigation concluded the local council knew as far back as 2005 of sexual exploitation being committed on a wide scale by mostly Asian men, yet failed to act.
:: The Times
Rotherham's council leader resigned and offered "heartfelt apologies" to the girls who were routinely gang-raped, abducted and trafficked to other cities.
:: Daily Express
Britain is now home to two million illegal migrants with soaring numbers still trying to get to the UK.
:: Financial Times
American businessman Warren Buffett has defended his role in a deal that will lead to Burger King's headquarters moving to Canada.
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