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Writer Ruth Jacobs, formerly in prostitution, investigates why violent crimes against sex workers are going unpunished and argues that police need to target the attackers, not the sex workers; and the secret underground of Ramsgate in World War II.

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Mon 13 Jan 2014 19:30

Ramsgate's underground tunnels

Ramsgate's underground tunnels

Sixty feet underneath the town of Ramsgate lies a network of tunnels extending for three and a half miles.

 

During World War Two they became a refuge, a secret underground town providing shelter from air raids for 26,000 people.

 

Watch the Inside Out South East video feature on the BBC News website,

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Role Contributor
Presenter Natalie Graham
Series Editor Linda Bell

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  • Mon 13 Jan 2014 19:30