Tory Official Quit After No. 10 Raised “Historic Complaints”

Tory official Iain Corby resigned as director of the Tory controlled Parliamentary Resources Unit after Downing Street called the Chief Whip about a series of allegations against him, Guido understands. PRU’s chairman, Tory MP Henry Bellingham, then convened a board meeting and Corby was out four hours later.  Bellingham insists that Corby was always planning to leave in the summer and is getting married to his male partner next month, although he has now left early. Bellingham stresses that he has “not seen any complaints about [Corby’s] conduct” since taking over in November 2012, and that “any complaints are historic”. The previous chairman, Oliver Heald, is having an “urgent X-ray” and his office say he is unavailable for comment…




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