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“Evidence suggests that areas of Africa are affected by it but this is not a black African problem.This is far broader, these beliefs are widespread across many parts of the world and were widespread in this country not so long ago.” A cursory internet search demonstrates the demand for “exorcisms” and other religious services in Britain.Insp Davis warned that abuse related to witchcraft and demons was being “hidden in plain sight” because it is not properly understood.“We’re not recognising the signs, we’re not sharing the information, we’re not identifying people who are vulnerable,” he said."Lightning killed at a stroke 11 young people aged between 20 and 35 years during a football match," the newspaper reported .It went on to say that 30 other people had received burns at the weekend match, held in the eastern province of Kasai.

Research by the working group indicated that only half of respondents knew how to respond properly and a quarter had training on the issue.One self-declared Deliverance Ministry offers services in person or over Skype that claim to “cleanse demons and evil spirits” – for a price.Its website blames the supernatural for everything from depression to sexual abuse, marriage breakdown, financial issues and health problems, proscribing “exorcism with inner healing”.Each harrowing case has sparked calls for action, but attention has quickly faded and activists are battling to raise awareness among social services, teachers, police and other authorities.Dr Lisa Oakley, chair of the National Working Group for Child Abuse Linked to Faith or Belief, said: “We know these practices are occurring so we want to be acting now so we don’t have another high-profile case.

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