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Welsh Sec insists sleaze scandals aren't 'a Tory thing'

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Welsh Sec insists sleaze scandals aren't 'a Tory thing'

Welsh Sec insists sleaze scandals aren't 'a Tory thing'

Cabinet minister Simon Hart says Parliament is a "large workplace" and that sleaze isn't party-specific.

It comes after Chris Pincher's shock resignation as deputy chief whip - the latest scandal to rock the party.

Report by Burnsla.

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