On BBC three's Free Speech, Does ‘rape culture’ exist in the UK?, James Delingpole, Executive Editor Breitbart London made a claim (4:10 mark) that was followed by boos from the audience and a charge of spreading lies from fellow panelist Nelufar Hedayat:
[James Delingpole]: One of the points you made, you referred I think to the grooming gangs in Rochdale and in Rotherham, and it's not just in the north it's in Telford, in Norfolk it has happened. We have got these organized gangs, mostly of Muslim origin. I think we just need, [...] . It's a fact!
[Nelufar Hedayat]: It is also a fact that a majority ...
[James Delingpole] Can you let me finish, thank you very much.
[Nelufar Hedayat]: It's outrageous. You're spreading lies.
[James Delingpole]: You outrageously interrupt me. I am not spreading lies. Why dont you read ...,
[Nelufar Hedayat]: How could you possibly do that. I am just telling you what the member of that audience... they are screaming at you.
[James Delingpole]: why don't ...., why don't you read the newspapers. If you look at the names that have come up in the court cases you will find that most of them are of Kashmiri/Pakistani origin.
[James Delingpole]: You talk about rape culture. It's a very pretty state of affairs when the police and the social workers would not deal with this problem, because they were too embarrassed about being called racist.