This 31 December 2015 video from England is called Labour suspends MP Simon Danczuk over “spanking” sexts with 17-year-old.
Another, 4 January 2016, video from England used to say about itself:
Simon Danczuk has accused “Corbynites” and other political opponents of fuelling a protest outside his constituency office in Rochdale in an attempt to gain political capital. Speaking after his first wife, Sonia Rossington, told the Guardian on Monday that she would contact police over allegations of drug- and drink-fuelled bullying, the Labour MP defied calls to resign and insisted the demonstration was driven by political “extremists” on the far left and did not represent the views of his constituents. …
Danczuk was suspended from Labour on New Year’s Eve over allegations he sent sexually explicit text messages to a 17-year-old girl who had inquired about a job in his office. The MP, 49 … blamed a drink problem for the messages he sent to Sophena Houlihan.
As he left his office ahead of a planned protest at 11am, Danczuk said the demonstration was made up of his political enemies. “It’s made up of Lib Dems, ex-Lib Dem councillors, people from Rochdale Momentum, so they’re on the far left of the political spectrum. There’s some Greens involved in it,” he said. … His ex-partner, Claire Hamilton, has also claimed he was not fit to be an MP.
By Paddy McGuffin and Luke James in Britain:
Oh Dear Danczuk!
Saturday 19th March 2016
Disgraced MP forced to pay back £11,000 in taxpayers’ cash after Twitter gaffe
DISGRACED Simon Danczuk was ordered to repay more than £11,000 in taxpayers’ cash yesterday after inadvertently incriminating himself online.
The attention-seeking MP posted a photo showing off the view from his Spanish holiday home and writing on Twitter: “View from my Spanish gaff this morning.
“Lovely, but can’t wait to be back in Rochdale this afternoon.”
But the post has landed him in hot water with Parliament’s standards watchdog.
The snap proved he was not on parliamentary business during a week in which he charged the costs of airport car parking to the public purse.
Neither of the children had ever stayed at the accommodation while he was making the claims.
“The evidence points overwhelmingly to the conclusion that the MP obtained an increase to his accommodation expenditure budget by claiming dependant uplifts for his two oldest children for a period of over three years, when at no point were either of the children routinely resident,” said IPSA compliance officer Peter Davis in a damning report.
It was his conclusion that “this was done knowing that there was no reasonable prospect of the children staying at the accommodation.”
Alongside the £11,583 excess, Mr Danczuk was also found to have wrongfully claimed £96.50 in parking charges while in fact he was on holiday in Spain at the time.
The MP had left his car in a £17-a-day Manchester car park while he went on a parliamentary visit to Ghana — but then tagged on a break in Spain at the end and claimed the total cost on expenses.
His swindle was discovered after someone spotted Mr Danczuk post on Twitter from July 31.
Mr Danczuk agreed to repay all the money owed at the soonest opportunity and claimed to be “relieved that this issue has finally been cleared up.”
But he defended his decision to charge the public for the cost of car parking, saying he could have legitimately have claimed more for a train fare to London.
But his own spectacular fall from grace began when it was discovered that he had sent numerous explicit messages to then 17-year-old constituent Sophena Houlihan.
Ms Houlihan said she was bombarded with the messages for a month after she asked him for a job in his constituency office that summer.
He is also facing a police investigation into allegations of rape against him.
Danczuk and Murdoch’s Sun: here.