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An investigation conducted by Sky News has now claimed that hundreds more cases were known to authorities prior to publication of the report in August, and that hundreds more are still being reported.
Victims "continue to feel let down by authorities", the news organisation said.
A victim of the child sex scandal in Rotherham has claimed that her abusers are "untouchable".
The survivor, who wishes only to be known as 'Gemma', told Sky News that she still sees her abusers targeting young women, and criticised the actions of police in bringing the perpetrators to justice.
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She said that problems in the Yorkshire town, which was revealed by the Alexis Jay report last year to have harboured 1,400 cases of child sexual exploitation, were "still going on" - and were "worse because now they're having to hide it more".
She said: "I'm still seeing my abusers driving young girls in their car.
To achieve this look, part your hair down the center and begin braiding three strands down the left side of your head, weaving the pieces under one another rather than over.
(To learn how to braid this way, click here.) This causes the braid to stand out (think 3-D) as opposed to blending in with your hair. When you’ve reached the back of your ear, secure it in a ponytail or braid it all the way to the bottom, depending on the desired look.