'Those who hold others to account, must themselves be accountable'
There are worse things to be caught doing, there really are, than a few poppers and rent boys. The right thing for Vaz’s colleagues to have done would have been to punish him quietly as they gather for their sessions on the select committee: ‘Hey Keith, my washing machine won’t go on full spin – any ideas?’
Leicester East MP alleged to have paid for the services of two male escorts and told them to bring 'poppers'
Some MPs are calling for Mr Vaz to resign as chairman of influential Home Affairs committee
'As far as I can see he has not broken any laws, or caused anyone any harm,' says the human rights campaigner
Dubbed the 'Teflon MP', 59-year-old is widely seen as a slick self-publicist and nimble political networker
How on earth is the Home Affairs committee chair to acquaint himself with the ins and outs of male prostitution, if not by having affairs at home with male prostitutes? How better to investigate the impact of cocaine than by offering it to guests, and observing its effects on mind and body close-up?
The Labour MP has stood down amid reports he paid two male prostitutes for sex and offered to cover the cost of Class A drugs
Crispin Blunt 'outs himself' as amyl nitrate sniffer, and an hour later, parliament bans it.
The Leicester MP deleted his Facebook and Twitter accounts on Wednesday
Leicester East MP denies being a 'killjoy' after asking for Coca-Cola Christmas truck not to visit city
Labour MP Keith Vaz has said the Coca-Cola Christmas truck tour is 'ill-judged and unwise at a time of record diabetes and obesity levels'
Judges with 'bespoke' training to oversee complex abuse cases, but no new specialist courts, MPs told
The Home Secretary tells the House of Commons that they can be “a waste of police time” and serve to “undermine public confidence in the police”
Corrupt and incompetent police officers have avoided detection because of a broken system of checks that have shaken public confidence in the integrity of the service, MPs said today.
Qatada was convicted of terror charges in his absence in Jordan in 1999