Urgent talks on plight of young women and men with learning disabilities who are offloaded by their families
Scores of young people with learning disabilities are being forced into marriages, The Independent on Sunday can reveal.
More than one in five of the forced marriages reported to the Government involve disabled people, but experts fear that the true scale of the problem could be far worse.
Last week, senior police officers, lawyers, social workers and campaign groups held urgent talks in London as the scale of the problem emerged.
The Foreign Office's Forced Marriage Unit dealt with 400 cases last year - and more than 80 of these involved …