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Sir Michael Fallon sensationally resigned on November 1 after admitting that he acted inappropriately.
The Cabinet minister, 65, told PM Theresa May his past behaviour had “fallen below the high standards” he asked of troops he was in charge of.
“I was told that if I did it might damage me and that might be their genuine view, it might be that that was the case, in which case that shows that we have a serious problem in politics.” Ms Bailey – now 25 - added: “I don’t think I was even given a cup of tea at the time. “This is why I’ve been fighting so hard for changes to the way that we do this, because I know how hard it is and I don’t want other women to experience what I did.” In as statement, Labour urged the police to investigate the allegations of “criminal actions”.
The party is also launching an independent investigation into claims “party employee acted improperly” in 2011.
One MP was said to enjoy sex “with men who wear women’s perfume”.
Members of the group include parliamentary researchers, secretaries and aides who claim that politicians on both sides of the house have had sex in their offices, indecently pestered members of staff and subjected female workers to sexist nicknames.
SHOCK claims saw dozens of MPs accused of inappropriate sexual behaviour in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
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They were revealed in February 2018 after members were tasked with finding a new approach to stamp out inappropriate behaviour in Westminster.
Green MP Caroline Lucas, who sat on the committee, said: "The MPs who are kicking up the most fuss about the training are precisely the ones who should be first in the queue for it." Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom, who chaired the group, said: "The new independent procedure will demonstrate that we want to be the best Parliament in the world when it comes to treating everyone who works here with dignity and respect." The new proposals were due to be debated by MPs later in February before being enshrined in an MPs code of conduct.
Other claims about behaviour in the Commons came from a former Westminster bar manager, who told the Sun how she was pestered for sex by up to 30 MPs.
Alice Bailey, 25, who worked there for nearly four years, said some spent all day boozing — occasionally popping back into the chamber to vote before carrying on drinking until late.
He is said to have told Andrea Leadsom, who complained of cold hands: “I know where you can put them to warm them up”.