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As the sheer scale of the Westminister sex scandal grows day by day, ever-more serious allegations are beginning to emerge detailing the true depravity of the situation.

In claims that will send significant shockwaves throughout an already-appalled House of Commons, it has been reported today that a Tory MP allegedly used a date rape drug in order to sexually assault a Labour MP in the back of a taxi in 2014.

The MPs, both believed to be male, were said to have spent a ‘boozy’ night out together, before the Labour MP was allegedly drugged and sexually assaulted by the Tory MP in the back of a cab.

The allegations, which were first reported by The Mirror, are believed to be just one incident of a vast number compiled by Labour MP John Mann in a little black book.

Speaking about the seriousness of the allegations he has already compiled, Mr Mann said:

There will be at least 12 by-elections as a result of this.

And, in deeply worrying news for an already massively unstable minority Tory government, Mann – the Labour MP for Bassetlaw in Nottinghamshire – added:

There are also going to have to be more Cabinet resignations

The victim of the date-rape incident did not want to go on record with a statement.

Once Mr Mann has completed compiling evidence of incidents across Westminster, he will be presenting the list to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

The Conservative Party were also recently forced to suspend Dover MP Charlie Elphicke from the party after referring ‘serious allegations’ to the police on Friday. Mr Elphicke has since tweeted that he has no knowledge of what the accusation pertains to, but denies any wrongdoing.

It is not believed that the ‘serious accusations’ against Elphicke and the aforementioned date-rape incident are related in any way.

Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn and all other parliamentary party leaders are scheduled to meet today to discuss a new safeguarding system for MPs and Westminster staffers.

The Prime Minister said:

There is a vital need to provide better support and protection for the thousands of staff working in Westminster and in ­constituency offices.

If parties can agree on a system it will mean that the same rules will apply to each party should any of their MPs or staffers be accused of wrongdoing.

Currently each party has their own individual grievance procedure to deal with serious complaints. And given the scale of the current sex scandal engulfing parliament, the current systems are quite obviously far from robust enough to adequately deal with such allegations.

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