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May in more trouble as fresh sexual allegations emerge over key aide

May in more trouble as fresh sexual allegations emerge over key aide
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The British government is under renewed pressure over the behaviour of its MPs


The British government is facing fresh sleaze allegations.

Theresa May’s deputy, Damian Green, is said to have had “extreme” pornography on one of his House of Commons computers that was searched during a investigation into government leaks in 2008.

The Sunday Times carries the claim made by a former Metropolitan Police assistant commissioner.

Green denies the allegation which comes days after he was accused of “inappropriate behaviour” towards a young Conservative party activist.

May’s deputy Damian Green on borrowed time running out fast. Sheer panic in his desperate attack on ex-police chief Bob Quick’s credibility

— Kevin Maguire (@Kevin_Maguire) November 5, 2017

It’s also emerged that Sir Michael Fallon suddenly quit as defence secretary after a journalist told Downing Street he lunged at her and tried to kiss her on the lips after they lunched together in 2003.

Sir Michael stepped down on Wednesday citing “ill-judged” behaviour . The Observer reports Number 10 was compiling a list of “allged incidents” since the first complaints were made against him.

I keep seeing Michael Fallon only resigned from his Cabinet position but not his seat.

He must assume his constituents have lower standards than the Armed Forces.

— Cllr Joy Brahim (@JoyOfTheSNP) November 1, 2017

One brave woman janemerrick23</a> We all have a responsibility to keep people safe. BTW - he should apologise. <a href=""></a></p>— Anna Soubry MP (Anna_Soubry) November 4, 2017

The Conservative party says it’s now extending an inquiry into MPs sexual misconduct.

A string of Labour MPs have also had to respond to similar allegations.

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