Former DWP Minister Stephen Crabb Admits Misconduct

Monday 30 October, 2017 Written by 
Former DWP Minister Stephen Crabb Admits Misconduct

Former Department of Work & Pensions minister Stephen Crabb has apologised for sexting a 19-year-old woman after he interviewed her for a job. The Tory MP for Preseli Pembrokeshire, 44, has admitted to sending "explicit" messages to the teenager in 2013. Mr Crabb resigned last year as a cabinet minister following reports of another incident.

At least four MPs have been caught up in various allegations of sexual misconduct. According to the Daily Mirror Tory staffers have compiled a list naming 36 of the party’s Cabinet ministers and MPs of inappropriate sexual behaviour, it was reported last night.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn warned of a "warped and degrading culture" where the abuse of women had gone unchallenged for too long.

Jeremy Corbyn

Image: Jeremy Corbyn

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  • Comment Link Simon Collyer Monday 30 October, 2017 posted by Simon Collyer

    There will be a few red faces in Westminster today as various revelations come to the fore about males MP's and their treatment of the opposite sex.

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