Revised UK child sexual 'consent' rules provoke backlash

Exclusive: Children as young as 12 could be refused compensation under guidelines criticised as ‘victim blaming’

Sexually abused children as young as 12 could still be refused compensation by a government body on the grounds that they “consented,” under revised rules seen by the Guardian.

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