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Naz Shah shared and liked the post by a parody account of newspaper columnist and left-wing political commentator Owen Jones.The post, said: “Those abused girls in Rotherham and elsewhere just need to shut their mouths.Rebecca Hilsenrath, the Equality and Human Rights Commission chief, condemned Ms Shah’s actions.

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The group were all arrested as part of Operation Stovewood - a police investigation into sexual abuse launched after the Rotherham grooming scandal.Eight of the men, from Rotherham were granted bail.To suggest otherwise is absolute nonsense.“Her record speaks for itself.Sammy - who previously discussed the scandal on Loose Women back in April - received a letter after her appearance on the show saying she’d been initially refused compensation because she had “consented” to the grooming and sexual abuse.Sammy - who has now launched the Sammy’s Law campaign to help others - was also asked by panellist Kaye Adams about how she felt when she found out that the South Yorkshire Police had ruled out a further investigation against senior figures at Rotherham borough council.

The victim replied: “It’s disgusting really, there’s always some kind of loophole.They all pleaded not guilty to charges of rape, aiding or abetting rape, indecent assault, sexual touching, supply of controlled drugs and false imprisonment.The charges relate to the sexual abuse of eight girls under the age of 16 over a five-year period from 1998 to 2003.Ms Shah coordinated 107 cross-party politicians to sign an open letter to the newspaper condemning the column for using “Nazi-like language”.Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn praised her for the letter.Sammy - who has been left with a criminal record - was sexually and physically abused from the age of 14 by Arshid Hussain, when he was then aged 24.