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A member of the Parliament of England has been accused of viewing pornography inside the House of Commons.
Neil Parish, MP for Tiverton and Honiton, was accused of viewing adult material inside the parliament chambers. Supposedly, two colleagues caught him seeing the inappropriate material. Parish has identified himself as a suspect in an investigation but declines to comment on the validity of the claims.
“Following recent allegations about an MP using his mobile phone in Parliament, I have referred to the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards in the House of Commons,” Parish said in a brief statement on the matter.
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In addition to declining to comment, Parish has assured his constituents that he will not be taking a break from government and will continue business as usual.
“I will co-operate fully with any investigation, and while it is ongoing I will continue to carry out my duties as MP for Tiverton and Honiton,” he said. “I will not make any further comments at this time.”
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His wife Sue Parish told the London Times: “It was all very embarrassing.”
“Frankly, it took my breath away,” she told the newspaper, adding that her husband is “a pretty normal guy, really. He’s a lovely person.”