By Seema Chandwani | Twitter @SeemaChandwani
The debate on whether what Danczuk has been accused of (accurately or otherwise) is worthy of suspension [and investigation] is a worrying one for a party that proclaims to be progressive. There appears to be, in some quarters, no real understanding of what the concern is.
Two examples of this can be found firstly in Danczuk’s apology where he states “there is no fool like an old fool”. And later in the John Stapleton LBC interview with Ken Livingstone, where John talks about Danczuk “being a much older man who has just fallen for a ‘nice pair of ankles’” (whatever that means?) he then went on to ask Livingstone “is it really justifiable to suspend him from the Labour party, we’ve all done daft things”.