Tory MPs Pile Pressure On Boris Johnson To Withdraw Whip From Chris Pincher

  Boris Johnson is under pressure from Tory MPs to withdraw the party whip from an MP who allegedly sexually assaulted two men. Chris Pincher resigned as deputy chief whip on Thursday evening, saying he had “embarrassed myself and other people” after having had “far too much” to drink.  The Sun first reported he had groped two fellow guests at the Carlton Club – a Tory Party private members’ club in London’s Piccadilly – on Wednesday evening. Despite the accusations, Pincher has so far been allowed to continue to sit as a Tory MP. Speaking to Sky News on Friday morning, Welsh secretary Simon Hart refused to defend the decision and suggested Pincher should have the whip withdrawn. “I think I know what I’d like to see happen - I think you can tell from the way I’m trying to avoid answering your question,” he said. “Let’s let today play out, let the chief whip do his duty today, and then I think we might be having a very different conversation as the day goes on.” Labour deputy leader Ang ..

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