Four MPs, including a minister, have been engulfed in sexual misconduct allegations swirling around Westminster.
The MPs, all male, are accused of harassing or propositioning young women inappropriately — in some cases over a number of years.
One Labour member, who has served in the shadow cabinet during Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership, is alleged to have texted a work experience colleague suggesting that there would have been sexual contact had he been younger.
His party is said to have investigated the incident. Last night officials said it would be “unethical” to comment on allegations of this nature, which would be dealt with “thoroughly and properly” by the party.
Female Westminster staff ‘warning each other about sex-pest MPs in secret WhatsApp group’
‘For years we have all looked out for each other. It’s like, ‘So-and-so is hiring, but it can’t be a woman for him’
Female staff in Westminster
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