Chris Pincher was forced to quit his Government deputy Chief Whip role in June over claims he groped two men at the Carlton Club in London. The shamed MP who lost the Tory whip after groping allegations will not be investigated by the Parliamentary watchdog, it was claimed yesterday.
Former deputy chief whip Chris Pincher will not be investigated by Parliament’s watchdog over allegations of drunken groping. The allegations that he groped two guests at the exclusive Carlton Club in London led to him quitting his government role in July and led to the demise of Boris Johnson.
'Sex pest' Tory MP Chris Pincher who triggered scandal that led to Boris Johnson's downfall after 'drunkenly groping' two men will NOT be investigated by parliamentary watchdog
Tamworth MP Mr Pincher resigned as Tory Party deputy chief whip on June 30 Was referred to parliament's Independent Complaints and Grivance Scheme Investigation dropped because incident did not happen on parliamentary estate Wave of MPs resigned in wake of scandal, forcing Boris Johnson to step down Shamed MP Chris Pincher, whose sex scandal triggered the downfall of Boris Johnson, is not going to be investigated by the parliamentary watchdog.
The former deputy chief whip at the centre of the sleaze scandal that led to Boris Johnson’s downfall will not be investigated by the parliamentary watchdog over claims that he groped a young man. Chris Pincher, who was the Conservative MP for Tamworth but sits as an independent after his suspension from the party, was reported to parliament’s Independent Complaints and Grievance Scheme (ICGS) in June by a young man who accused him of groping.
ALISTER Jack has survived a Cabinet reshuffle by new Prime Minister Liz Truss, remaining in post as Scottish Secretary. Jack, who has held the role since 2019, was a die-hard Boris Johnson loyalist, remaining in his team as waves of ministers quit over the Chris Pincher scandal, which eventually toppled his premiership.
Boris Johnson’s reign as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom has come to an end now that Liz Truss has been announced as the new Tory leader. Ms Truss, who praised ‘friend’ Mr Johnson in her acceptance speech, received 81,326 votes from the Conservative Party membership – compared to Rishi Sunak’s 60,399.
Boris Johnson has finally shuffled out of office. Thank goodness for that. The PM resigned earlier this summer after his handling of the Chris Pincher scandal opened the floodgates to 54 resignations from members of his government, including Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid, meaning he no longer had enough support from his party to go on.
When he was Mayor of London Boris Johnson was known for vanity projects like the ‘Garden Bridge’ - but this habit did not stop when he entered Downing Street. Boris Johnson’s time as UK Prime Minister has come to an end. He was without a doubt a divisive leader, and the end to his premiership was arguably one of the most dramatic the UK has seen.
2 more allegations of sexual misconduct within Boris Johnson’s government have emerged against a cabinet minister and a senior aide
Following sexual misconduct claims surrounding MP Chris Pincher earlier this year, two more women have alleged that they were assaulted and groped by political figures, both now in senior roles within the government. Just a few months after the ’Pinchergate’ scandal that revealed that Prime Minister Boris Johnson was aware of sexual misconduct claims surrounding MP Chris Pincher when he made him deputy chief whip, a cabinet minister and a No 10 aide have also been accused of sexual assault and “groping” two female staffers.
Sky News has reported the allegations of two women, detailing how they were allegedly assaulted and groped by figures within the Government. The accusations come as Mr Johnson prepares to end his tenure as Prime Minister, which was brought to a halt after the Chris Pincher scandal.
ACabinet minister and a senior No 10 aide in Boris Johnson’s Government are facing allegations of sexual misconduct. Sky News has reported the allegations of two women, detailing how they were allegedly assaulted and groped by figures within the Government. The accusations come as Mr Johnson prepares to end his tenure as Prime Minister, which was brought to a halt after the Chris Pincher scandal.
, while a second woman claimed she was groped by a senior No 10 aide at a Conservative event A serving Cabinet minister has been accused of sexually assaulting a young parliamentary aide. The allegation was made in an upcoming podcast series where two women detail how they were allegedly assaulted and groped by figures within the Government.
DOWNING STREET has once again been hit with sexual misconduct allegations towards a Cabinet Minister and a top aide at No 10. Two women have testified of allegedly being groped and assaulted by the political figures who are both now in senior roles, a news report has claimed.