And another one's gone, another one's gone, Another one bites the dust.
Labour suspends a SECOND politician in 24 hours as a member of the Welsh Government quits over 'allegations' about his 'personal conduct'
Carl Sargeant was Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Children in Wales
He quit his post today after Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones confronted him
Sargeant appeared not to know the nature of the claims but resigned anyway
Labour suspended him less than 24 hours after doing the same to a veteran MP
By Tim Sculthorpe, Deputy Political Editor For Mailonline
Published: 15:26, 3 November 2017 | Updated: 15:55, 3 November 2017
Labour suspended a second senior politician in less than 24 hours today after Carl Sargeant resigned from the Welsh Government.
Mr Sargeant was confronted with 'allegations' about his 'personal conduct' by Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones.
The AM, who was Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Children, said he was resigning to clear his name despite not knowing what the allegations are.
He was suspended from Labour less than 24 hours after the party in London also launched a probe into veteran MP Kelvin Hopkins.
Theresa May launches new Conservative code of conduct after Westminster scandal
Among the changes is a new Tory complaints procedure as MPs come under fire for sexual harassment and assault allegations.
Friday 03 November 2017
Theresa May has made the new code mandatory, not voluntary
By Aubrey Allegretti, Political Reporter
All Conservative elected officials and their staff will be forced to sign up to a new code of conduct, as the Westminster sex scandal continues to unfold.
Everyone from MPs to councillors will have to follow the new rules, revealed in a letter from Theresa May to Commons Speaker John Bercow.
Mrs May declared there needed to be a "serious, swift, cross-party response" to allegations of sexual harassment against MPs.
But she added the Tories had taken HR and legal advice to create a new rulebook for the party itself, which is now mandatory rather than voluntary.
How many years of sex and drugs has it taken to publish such a document?
Wouldn't it be better to ban the alcohol and cocaine within the work environment, that could lead to less sexual harassment and a few MP's actually sober enough to make important decisions and get them right.
Parliament was never meant to be a non-stop sex and drugs party, it was supposed to be a workplace and I think it's high time I stopped funding it.