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A serving senior Labour MP, and former minister, has been accused by Parliamentary colleagues of committing a shocking series of child sex offences.
The reports name one of the MP’s supposedly responsible for speaking to the police as John Mann, the Labour MP for Bassetlaw, a constituency in Nottinghamshire. The other MP is not named, but the Mail on Sunday states that he is a Conservative.
The story alleges that the offending MP, who is male, but cannot be named for legal reasons, committed a string of offences, including abusing boys “at a hospital’s mental health unit,” with one of those abused reportedly left fearing for his life. The report also describes how the MP supposedly had an “unhealthy interest in the two young sons of a local councillor.”
The Conservative politician who has spoken to the press and police, but who is said to have asked to remain anonymous, reports that he had heard “lots of different stories from all sorts of people,” in relation to the offender. The allegations include that he had been committing offences, including “abusing minors,” until “as recently as 18 months ago.”
But Labour MP John Mann, who is named as one of the Parliamentarians to report the child sex offences, has accused the papers of inaccuracies.