Rochdale MP Simon Danczuk said he's "not surprised" that more arrests have been made in connection with a second sexual grooming inquiry in Rochdale.
Speaking to ITV Granada, he said:
"I am very pleased that the police are stepping up to the mark and putting more resource into investigating these sorts of horrific crimes."
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