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Chris Pincher seeking 'professional medical support' following groping allegations

Sky News Saturday, 2 July 2022
Chris Pincher seeking 'professional medical support' following groping allegationsChris Pincher, who lost the Conservative whip after being accused of groping two men, said he is seeking "professional medical support" as he hopes to return to his duties as an MP "as soon as possible".
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