Quite what these people on the Indian sub-continent make of his contradictory statements with regard to Bangladesh, I am not sure.
On the 24th, July 2014 Simon Danczuk posted an article on HUFF POST in which he wrote some advice for the then new foreign secretary, Phillip Hammond :
‘Reinvigorating one of the great offices of state will require a fresh look at how we exert global influence and how we identify early warning signs where countries with close links to the UK are heading towards trouble. Bangladesh is one such country and should be a high priority for Hammond.’
But on the 28th, December 2015 after the floods in his own locality of Rochdale, and still suffering a Boxing Day hangover, he told Radio Manchester:
‘Why do we spend money in Bangladesh when it needs spending in Great Britain? What we need to do is to sort out the problems which are occurring here and not focus so much on developing countries. That has to be our priority.’
At that time the reporter, Richard Hartley-Parkinson for Metro reported:'Labour’s Simon Danczuk (MP for Rochdale) believes more could have been done to protect cities, towns and villages in northern England after downpours of biblical proportions caused widespread devastation.'
Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2015/12/28/spend-money-on-flood-defences-not-in-bangladesh-flood-hit-mp-says-5587413/#ixzz43FZhw1GX
Mr Danczuk doesn't believe in humbug and hypocrisy does he?