Following the controversial reactions to the accusation against a representative of the British Conservative ruling party for watching a pornographic film in the parliament, the senior legislator has made a controversial comment on this issue.
According to British media sources, Neil Parish, chairman of the House of Commons' Select Committee on the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, spoke to the BBC about recent accusations against him for watching a pornographic film in Parliament. .
According to the BBC, while the investigation into the accusation against this representative of the British Conservative Party is underway, Neil Parish claims that he may have accidentally opened a pornographic video from his mobile phone during the parliamentary session.
In recent days, at least two female members of the British Parliament have accused Neil Parish of watching a pornographic film during a parliamentary session, and an investigation has been launched into the allegations following controversy.
Following the media coverage of the accusation, requests were made for Neil Parish to resign from Parliament, as well as for his removal as chair of the House of Commons Committee on Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, but he has so far denied the allegations.
Neil Parish, 65, who has been suspended from the Conservative ruling party, has said he will not resign as chairman of the British Parliamentary Committee until the investigation is completed.
A female member of the British Parliament had said that Neil Parish was watching a pornographic film while sitting next to her in Parliament.