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One response stated: 'I think badges risk making younger/junior staff – especially women – more vulnerable.'Harassment and rude/inappropriate comments by MPs to staff are still, regrettably, commonplace.' Another added: 'I am not comfortable with the prospect of people staring at my chest in order to find out who I am.''Make no mistake, there is a need for change.'Mr Bercow called on the Commons standards committee to beef up the code of conduct for MPs to include a new rule that 'a member must treat all those who work in parliament with dignity, courtesy and respect', as recommended by the parliamentary commissioner for standards.The spokesman also refused to say that Mrs May had confidence in International Trade minister Mark Garnier, who faces a formal probe into claims he made his secretary Caroline Edmondson buy sex toys for him and called her 'sugar t*ts' in public.

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Both privately insist no allegations have been put to them.

Two MPs are said to be accused of getting their mistresses pregnant, with one allegedly paying for an abortion.

Although only Conservative figures have been the subject of the allegations, it is believed senior Labour politicians – including two former frontbenchers – have also been accused.

Overnight Mrs May wrote to Mr Bercow to demand the establishment of a grievance procedure to deal with Westminster harassment complaints.

Tory aides have put together the dirty dossier which includes the specific details of the accusations inappropriate or even criminal behaviour at work.

The Prime Minister's official spokesman made clear today that she would not hesitate to punish MPs found to have behaved inappropriately.Mrs May was in the Commons this afternoon to see Leader of the House Andrea Leadsom promise action to tighten up protections within 'days not weeks'.She said the probe into Mr Garnier was being conducted 'urgently' by the Cabinet Office.But when staff were asked for their views, the idea produced complaints from women and from men worried about how female colleagues would be affected.Details revealed under freedom of information rules highlighted concerns MPs already 'harass' and 'abuse' them, and forcing people to wear name badges would make things worse.MPs employ their own staff, but the Commons overhauled its procedures several years ago in a bid to offer around 2,000 House officials more protection from abuse by politicians.

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