Labour MP Simon Danczuk reveals relief after rape case against him is dropped

Labour MP Simon Danczuk reveals relief after rape case against him is dropped
 

AN MP accused of rape dating back 10 years said he is "relieved" that the case against him has been dropped.
Simon Danczuk, who was suspended by the Labour Party, described the investigation by Lancashire Police as an "immensely stressful period for me and my family".
The Crown Prosecution Service said no further action should be taken against the Rochdale MP because of "insufficient evidence".
Mr Danczuk said he now hopes to have the Labour whip restored "as soon as possible".
In a statement, he said: "I am grateful for the decision made by the... read more

 
4 October 2016 in World News, Views: 37
Source: Daily Record
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