Theresa May joined calls for embattled police and crime commissioner Shaun Wright to quit after a shocking report into child abuse in Rotherham, where he was a councillor responsible for children’s services for five years.

The home secretary said that Wright, a cabinet member for children and young people’s services at Rotherham council from 2005 to 2010, had “real questions to answer” about his position hours after it emerged that his own party, Labour, had asked him to quit. [Read more]


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