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Parliament an unsafe workplace due to sexual misconduct by MPs, say unions

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Political parties cannot be trusted to deal with misbehaviour by their own MPs, claim general secretaries

Parliament must act to stop the “seemingly endless” allegations of sexual misconduct by MPs as political parties cannot be trusted to make it a safe place to work, two leading unions have warned.

As No 10 admitted Boris Johnson had known about allegations against Chris Pincher before making him deputy chief whip, the FDA and Prospect said politicians were time and again failing to “deal properly with sexual misconduct by one of their own”.

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