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A UK TORY MP was caught ogling porn on his phone in the House of Commons chamber by horrified female colleagues, The Sun can reveal.

Party bosses have refused to name and shame the pervert but it is understood that the culprit has been identified.

The revelation came from two female MPs during a backbench meeting with Chief Whip Chris Heaton-Harris on Tuesday evening.

Around a dozen women present — including former Prime Minister Theresa May — then railed against Parliament’s culture of sexism.

An insider explained yesterday: “A total can of worms was unleashed at the meeting.

“Around 14 MPs got up one after the other to describe their experiences — it was shocking.

“One was in tears. They wanted the chief whip to find the man and kick him out of the party.”

A Tory MP was caught ogling porn on his phone in the House of Commons chamber by horrified female colleagues
A Tory MP was caught ogling porn on his phone in the House of Commons chamber by horrified female colleagues
Party bosses have refused to name and shame the pervert but it is understood that the culprit has been identified

The porn claims, first revealed by The Sun yesterday morning, sent shockwaves through Westminster and sparked an official Tory probe.

A spokeswoman for the chief whip said he “is looking into this matter. This behaviour is wholly unacceptable and action will be taken”.

Appalled MPs blasted the disgusting behaviour.

Conservative Pauline Latham insisted: “They should go. That will mean their ministerial career is absolutely shot and their parliamentary career probably.

“It’s just not excusable. It’s totally shocking.”

Fellow Tory Brendan Clarke-Smith said watching smut was “unacceptable in any workplace”.

The SNP's Kirsty Blackman raged: “They have been elected to represent their constituents not to sit in that chamber and watch porn.”

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer’s spokesman said watching porn in the Commons chamber was a “sackable offence”.

Senior Tory MP Mel Stride told Times Radio: “I’ve never come across anything like this in the 12 years that I’ve been in Parliament.

“I don’t know the details, and I don’t think it’s publicly known who this individual is, but clearly, utterly, and totally unacceptable, if that has happened.”

The group of MPs which met on Tuesday is being dubbed the 2022 committee, a spin-off of the 1922 group.

They were set to discuss ways to keep more women in Parliament but it descended into sharing stories of inappropriate behaviour.

One woman described suffering sexist comments from her colleagues because she was wearing a knee-length skirt.

They should go. That will mean their ministerial career is absolutely shot and their parliamentary career probably. It’s just not excusable. It’s totally shocking.

Pauline Latham MP

The scandal comes just days after it was revealed three Cabinet ministers and two Labour frontbenchers have been accused of sexual misconduct.

The big beasts — whose identities are secret — are among 56 MPs facing allegations.

At Tuesday’s meeting ex-chief whip Mark Harper is said to have challenged successor Mr Heaton-Harris to take tough action.

PM Boris Johnson yesterday warned any ministers implicated in the row would be fired.

He told the Commons: “Of course sexual harassment is intolerable and it is quite right that members should now have a procedure by which they can bring that to the attention of the House authorities and of course it is grounds for dismissal.”

In 2018 then No10 chief of staff Gavin Barwell tweeted hardcore porn videos. He claimed the filth had been sent “in error”.

Two months earlier Deputy PM Damian Green quit for lying about porn on his office computer.

Meanwhile Boris is “uncomfortable” with journalists being summoned to explain themselves in the Angela Rayner flashing row, Downing Street said yesterday.

Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle wanted a summit over   claims the Labour deputy leader used a Basic Instinct tactic to distract BoJo at PMQs.

Mail on Sunday editor David Dillion refused. The PM’s spokesman said: “We have a free press and reporters must be free to report what they are told as they see fit.”

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