Female Genital Mutilation Case Political Statement or Real Prosecution?

Female Genital Mutilation Case Political Statement or Real Prosecution?

When it was announced that the UK would be carrying out its first female genital mutilation (FGM) prosecution since the practice was first made illegal in 1985, the decision was widely welcomed as a statement against the socially, medically and legally unacceptable nature of the practice. However, with publicity for the case that is currently […]