Shaun Wright steps down as PCC after Rotherham report pressure

Shaun Wright has stepped down as South Yorkshire's police and crime commissioner after weeks of pressure over the Rotherham sexual abuse scandal, his office has announced.

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MP: Shaun Wright 'should go' regardless of Labour

Shaun Wright "should go" from his South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner post, after it emerged he was in charge of children services for five years as mass child sexual exploitation in Rotherham went on, an MP has said.

Rochdale MP Simon Danzcuk, who is himself a Labour MP, told Good Morning Britain Shaun Wright must be "one of the most unpopular politicians in Britain" because of his alleged mismanagement of children services from 2005-10.

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