Explosive new emails show a senior Conservative Party figure did receive complaints about disgraced senior aide Mark Clarke before May’s general election – despite claims to the contrary.

With bullying, blackmail and harassment allegations swirling, on Thursday Tory HQ claimed they could find no evidence of accusations about Mr Clarke made before August.

But The Sun today reveals party chairman Grant Shapps’ chief of staff Paul Abbott admitted “dealing” with a series of complaints about Mr Clarke’s behaviour – sparking fears of a long-standing cover up.

Source: Explosive emails about the Tory blackmail, bullying and suicide scandal – Sun Nation

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