Narita Bahra for Sky News

In the last 2 years, more than 70 registered sex offenders from the UK have been refused entry to countries in South East Asia. This is as a result of the National Crime Agency  Intelligence – Sharing Scheme. The main initiative behind the Intelligence -Sharing scheme is to stop known sex offenders abusing vulnerable children in a region long perceived as a destination of choice for sexual predators.

Narita set out the importance of achieving a balance between protecting the interests of children in the UK and against those who are placed and subject to onerous and strict criteria of the UK Sex offenders Register.

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