The BBC News website this morning has this as a very prominent item (just under the main headline):
When you click into it you find it's a long piece looking at child sexual exploitation in the light of the Telford grooming scandal.
It focuses on how the victims of grooming are seen.
It makes little mention of the cultural element of the grooming gangs phenomenon and makes no mention whatsoever of any common religious aspect to the profile of the paedophile gangs. This is how the piece deals with the issue:
While some of the most high-profile cases of CSE have involved gangs of men with Pakistani heritage abusing white girls, Dr Beckett points out that there is "no typical CSE case".