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Seven out of ten newly recorded cases of FGM are women aged 35 or younger, new analysis has revealed today.
The NHS has recorded more than 14,000 new cases of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) over the past two years, new data reveals.
Doctors and NHS trusts have been urged to keep reporting cases of female genital mutilation after new figures showed a slight drop in number being recorded.
Over 100 women and girls born in the UK were victims of genital mutilation this year, according to new figures.
This Government should be the one to see the 'first successful prosecution for FGM', the home secretary says.
William Eichler debunks some of the myths surrounding FGM, and explores how councils can best identify and support those at risk.
The duty on frontline professionals to report incidences of female genital mutilation (FGM) must be enforced with ‘stronger sanctions’, MPs demand.
Over five and a half thousand FGM cases were recorded during 2015-16, according to new statistics.
Local funding is the key to ending FGM but cuts could undermine this, a new report says.
There were over 1,200 newly recorded cases of FGM reported during the first quarter of 2016, according to new figures.