SIR - Having attended the council's Executive meeting in November last year one of the items on the agenda was child sexual exploitation. I must commend the council in discussing this highly emotive issue. However, when the issue arose barely 20 minutes was given to the subject.

Such was the brevity that Councillor Hinchliffe made a derogatory comment of dispelling the myths of CSE. Roll on to nine predominately Pakistani muslim men sentenced for their despicable crimes on two young girls. Councillor Cooke has suggested more should be done to tackle CSE.

Labour councillor Anne Cryer was highlighting these crimes 20 years ago, how many more crimes of this nature has there to be before more action is taken? We can highlight Rotherham, Rochdale, Huddersfield, Bradford Et Al and it would appear that councils with a Labour leadership are more likely to endure such crimes. The politically correct elitist attitude to these crimes, for the sake of multiculturism, has a lot to answer for.

D Hodgson, Falcon Road, Bingley