Watching the reenactment of a real-life child sex-abuse case where the victims were ignored is infuriating enough as it is. But watching it in the #MeToo era is doubly maddening and depressing in its suggestion of how little has changed.
Yet while painful to see, it is vital not to look away from stories like Three Girls, the BBC's three-part drama about the infamous Rochdale sex-grooming scandal.
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