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ISLAMISTS RAPE gangs who target white teenagers are not handed longer jail sentences because of political correctness and fear among the judiciary, the Government’s senior

legal advisor has said. Mr Buckland said sex attacks based on race “cuts all ways” and that the race of those involved should be “front and centre” when it is clear a certain race

has been actively targeted – whatever that race may be.He told the Daily Telegraph the law “does not discriminate” between forms of racism and sentences should be higher for

any rapist or sex offender who sought out their victim based on “racial hostility”.He said:

“The law does not discriminate. When it talks about sentencing increases for racial aggravation, it doesn’t cut one way it cuts all ways.“Where there is a racial element in

sexual abuse cases the law is clear that court can apply a sentencing uplift.“Racial aggravation should be front and centre in cases where there is racial hostility or

aggravation.” Hundreds of underage white girls were raped by the grooming gang in Newcastle Upon Tyne – promoting a huge backlash. One woman and 17 men were

convicted this week of a long list of sexual offences.Communities and politicians are urging the Attorney General to

review the sentences of those involved.Horrendous details from the court case revealed how the men referred to the girls as “white trash”.One of the vile perverts said: “All white women are only good for one thing, for men like me to f*** and use as trash, that is all women like you are worth.”Those prosecuted were from the Bangladeshi, Pakistani, Indian, Iraqi, Iranian and Turkish communities and mainly British-born, with most living in the West End of Newcastle.Mike Penning, former justice and policing minister said the racism element of the crime was not reflected in the sentencing – as would be expected with other crimes.Mr Buckland blamed the PC brigade for putting political correctness and fear of being labelled racist over the rights for sex victims. He said there was “institutional reticence” when it comes to Asian men abusing white girls.He said: “Some have been more concerned about

being labelled racist than dealing with child safeguarding.”In the Newcastle case the race issue was never mentioned in the judges sentencing remarks – despite British judges having a duty to punish criminals further for racial motive.Liberal peer Lord MacDonald of River Glaven said the crimes were “profoundly racist”.Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage said: “These are racist crimes and it’s been hidden for far too long in too many Northern cities and a lot of elected politician figures throughout the North of England in my view bear a very heavy responsibility.”.