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Labour: Parliament is unsafe because of sexual predators

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Labour: Parliament is unsafe because of sexual predators

Labour: Parliament is unsafe because of sexual predators

Shadow Armed Forces Minister Luke Pollard says that the "Parliament remains an unsafe workplace" because "not only do we have sexual predators" but also because "allegations are not being taken seriously enough by those in power".

His comments come following allegations of sexual misconduct by a Tory MP Chris Pincher.

Report by Czubalam.

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