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FGM party 'to get it all done at the same time'

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Female genital mutilation (FGM) is on the increase in Britain, campaigners say.

FGM, as it is known, is a custom practised by mainly African cultures and thousands of women living in the UK have been affected by it.

Reporter Sue Lloyd-Roberts discovers why, since it was outlawed, not a single prosecution has taken place. Warning: You may find parts of her report distressing.


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