The mother of a girl who was abused as a teenager in Rotherham has told ITV News the outgoing council failed to do their jobs and protect the town's children.
After the council was declared "not fit for purpose" in a damning report, the mother said: "I wonder how they would feel if it was their daughter - the police and the council want to think about how many lives they have ruined.
"They just would not listen, and they did not do their jobs and protect our children."
ITV News Social Affairs Editor Penny Marshall reports:
More top news
Megan is the most expensive sheepdog on record and sold at an auction in Yorkshire.
The fall of Harvey Weinstein has lifted the lid on what had been below the surface for so long, writes ITV Arts Editor Nina Nannar.
A windy, wet and wintry night ahead