MP admits to watching pornography in Parliament and resigns

British Conservative MP Neil Parish announced his resignation on Saturday 30 April. The MP, accused by some of his colleagues of viewing pornography in the House of Commons, admitted the facts. “I was looking for a tractor”The elected 65-year-old former farmer assured the BBC (in English). “I came across another site that had the same name and looked for a while, which I shouldn’t have done”He tried to explain. “But my crime, my biggest crime, is that I went back there a second time and it was intentional”He confessed on the verge of tears, referring to a “Crazy Moment”,

in an interview daily Telegraph Published on Saturday morning, he suggested that he might have opened the site “by mistake”, “We support (Neill Parish’s) decision to step down as Member of Parliament”said a Conservative spokesman for the constituency of Tiverton and Honiton, where Neil Parish was elected in 2019.

His resignation was announced on Wednesday after Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party launched an investigation into the incident. The MP’s name was not released, but Neil Parish himself was responsible for questions of lawmakers’ conduct to the committee of parliament, the Conservatives announced on Friday, which had suspended him from their parliamentary group at the time of the investigation. .

The elected official then announced that he would “Continue to fulfill your role as a deputy during the investigation”, Several lawmakers insisted that he resign before the conclusion of the investigation if the allegations against him were true. ‘Neil Parish must think we were born yesterday. Boris Johnson’s Tory is a national embarrassmentMP Angela Rainer replied.

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The Labor MP found himself at the center of a misdemeanor attack last weekend, when anonymous Tory lawmakers accused him of enjoying distracting the prime minister’s attention by crossing his legs and crossing his legs in parliament , remarks that Boris Johnson described on Monday “Sexist and anti-female bullshit”,

Also last week, Sunday Times It was learned that three ministers and two opposition MPs were facing charges. “bad behavior of a sexual nature”, They are among the 56 deputies who were informed to an office responsible for filing these complaints, set up after the #MeToo movement.

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