An interview with a retired civil servant says it all

Those who work behind the scenes be that in TV or in Government (Civil Service) rarely speak out because it would feel unprofessional, so when one does it’s a good idea to listen.

If Pincher had any decently at all he would have stepped down as an MP. What do we know about the characters of our own MPs? What references do they have, and how thorough are the checks? I think it’s time for those who work in the House of Commons to have a full metoo moment – full disclosure past and present, as can be seen from Chris Pincher’s Wiki record it’s long over due – mind you he’s still listed at The Right Honourable – I don’t think so!

“Pincher served as an Assistant Whip and Controller of the Household in 2017, before he resigned after being implicated in the 2017 Westminister sexual misconduct allegations,  having been accused of sexual misconduct by Tom Blenkinsop and Alex Story. Two months later, in January 2018, he was appointed by Theresa May as Government Deputy Chief Whip and Treasurer of the Household. After Boris Johnson became Prime Minister in July 2019, Pincher was appointed Minister of State for Europe and the Americas. In the February 2020 reshuffle, he was appointed Minister of State for Housing. In February 2022, he returned to his former role of Government Deputy Chief Whip and Treasurer of the Household, but resigned in June of that year, saying he had “[drunk] far too much [and] embarrassed myself and other people”, and was subsequently suspended by the Conservative party, after allegations he had groped two men in the private Carlton Club, while drunk. After the suspension he announced that he was seeking medical support.”

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