Tory whip resigns: are they STILL partying too much?

Chris Pincher.

It seems some Tory MPs are still having too good a time of it – but at least this one has done the honourable thing.

Chris Pincher, now-former Deputy Chief Whip of the Conservative Party, has resigned after it was alleged that he groped two other men at the private Carlton Club.

In his resignation letter to Boris Johnson, he said he “drank far too much” and “embarrassed myself and other people”.

There is still cause for concern about Tory attitudes, though. This apparent double sexual assault is not being investigated by the Conservative Party – or at least nobody there seems willing to confirm it, nor does it seem that the police have been contacted.

Pincher retains the Tory whip and will continue to sit in Parliament.

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