When I spoke to one of the Rotherham abuse victims this evening I asked whether she felt any safer now after today's developments.
She replied: "Safer, but not safe enough".
Six Whitehall-appointed commissioners will come to Rotherham to effectively run the council.
Westminster expect there to be local elections in 2016 when the people of this town will be given a chance to elect people they trust.
But this affair is far from over - the National Crime Agency has said today there may be grounds for criminal investigations, possibly against a police officer and two councillors.
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