A former West Yorkshire MP who led a campaign against child grooming will appear in the House of Commons today.
Ann Cryer, former Keighley MP, will give evidence to the Home Affairs Select Committee, which is leading a far-reaching inquiry into the issue of child grooming - in particular the alleged failure of Rotherham Borough Council to protect victims.
A report by the local safeguarding children board blamed "deficiencies" among front-line staff.
The former MP, who first publicly raised the issue in 2003, has continued to highlight localised grooming as a problem. The Committee will ask her about the issues she has uncovered in her 10 years of campaigning on the subject and why the experiences of the victims are only now beginning to be understood