Boris Johnson defends refusal to suspend Tory MP accused of rape | The Guardian

Charities and trade unions call on Commons authorities to suspend unnamed ex-minister due to seriousness of allegationsBoris Johnson has defended the Conservative party’s refusal to suspend the Tory MP accused of rape.The unnamed ex-minister was arrested at the weekend after a former parliamentary aide accused him of rape. Speaking for the first time about the case on Thursday, the prime minister stressed it was right to wait to see whether the MP is charged beforedeciding whether to suspend him. Continue reading…

Charities and trade unions call on Commons authorities to suspend unnamed ex-minister due to seriousness of allegations

Boris Johnson has defended the Conservative party’s refusal to suspend the Tory MP accused of rape.

The unnamed ex-minister was arrested at the weekend after a former parliamentary aide accused him of rape. Speaking for the first time about the case on Thursday, the prime minister stressed it was right to wait to see whether the MP is charged beforedeciding whether to suspend him.

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