Suspect anonymity: The hypocrisy of parliamentary privilege – Alistair Parker

On 1 August 2020 we had the parliamentary revelation that a sitting MP had been arrested by police on suspicion of the rape, sexual assault and controlling and coercive behaviour. All offences were alleged to have taken between July 2019 and January 2020 against the MP’s former staffer. Police confirmed the suspect was a male…

Suspect anonymity: The hypocrisy of parliamentary privilege – Alistair Parker

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