UK Conservatives refuse to remove MP arrested for rape, sexual assault and abuse of trust

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UK Conservatives refuse to remove MP arrested for rape, sexual assault and abuse of trust


Europe | UK | Politics | Crime

FACT BOX: More than 100 criminal fines for breach of COVID19 laws have been issued to UK MPs. With more expected to be issued. 

A Tory MP has been released on bail following an arrest for a string of offences including rape, sexual assault and abuse of a position of trust.

The Met Police who typically name and shame crime suspects even if found innocent have refused to name the member of British parliament, only confirming that the MP is male, in his 50s and all offences were committed in London.

The UK ruling party, the Conservatives also known as Tories have refused to name or remove the MP.

This comes as the Conservatives also refused to remove MPs convicted and fined for breaches of COVID19 laws.

The UK Prime Minister and Chancellor Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak have been investigated and in some instances found guilty of breaching COVID19 laws, corruption and issues around their US green card, tax and Russian business ties.

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