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Honorable Only Fans: Pranksters party member edits Tory Neil Parish’s Wikipedia page

The Honorable Only Fans party member: Pranksters edit Tory Neil’s parish Wikipedia page minutes after he was denounced as an MP accused of viewing pornography in the Commons

  • Neil Parish is accused by colleagues of watching pornography in the House of Commons
  • After today’s revelation, pranksters changed his party to Only Fans on Wikipedia
  • Whip is now suspended and refers itself to the standards watchdog for investigation

Conservative MP Neil Parish, accused of viewing pornography in the House of Commons, has had his Wikipedia page altered by pranksters.

Mr Parish’s personal details have been changed on the encyclopedia site to indicate that his political party is the Only Fans pay-per-view site used by adult stars.

And there is now a link to a pornographic website under his biography along with the reflection that he had the whip hung and referred to Parliament’s standards watchdog for investigation.

Mr Parish, 65, was today identified as the man who allegedly spotted coal in the bedroom by two Tory women, after days of feverish speculation.

Tory MP Neil Parish, accused of viewing pornography in the House of Commons, has had his Wikipedia page altered by pranksters

Mr Parish's personal details have been changed on the encyclopedia site to indicate that his political party is the Only Fans pay-per-view site used by adult stars.  And there is now a link to a pornographic website under his biography as well as the reflection that he had the whip hung and referred to Parliament's standards watchdog for investigation

Mr Parish’s personal details have been changed on the encyclopedia site to indicate that his political party is the Only Fans pay-per-view site used by adult stars. And there is now a link to a pornographic website under his biography as well as the reflection that he had the whip hung and referred to Parliament’s standards watchdog for investigation

Mr Parish, 65, was today identified as the man who allegedly spotted coal in the bedroom by two Tory women, after days of feverish speculation.  Pictured: Mr Parish in the House of Commons

Mr Parish, 65, was today identified as the man who allegedly spotted coal in the bedroom by two Tory women, after days of feverish speculation. Pictured: Mr Parish in the House of Commons

His Wikipedia entry has been changed at various times since news broke that the MP since 2010 and chairman of the cross-party Environment Committee referred to the standards watchdog about allegations that he was reportedly seen watching adult material in the House by two female colleagues. .

Wikipedia also placed a warning on the page that the latest information “may not be accurate” as people sought to edit it after the allegations came to light about Mr Parish.

The MP for Tiverton and Honiton also commented on GB News earlier this week about the scandal.

He said the allegations needed to be dealt with “seriously” and backed Tory whips to carry out a “thorough investigation”.

He then added: “If you have sort of 650 MPs in what is a very intense area, you’re going to get people to cross the line…

“I don’t think there’s necessarily a huge culture (of misogyny) here, but I think it needs to be addressed and seriously addressed. That’s what the whips will do.

Tonight, he faced fresh calls to quit from opposition parties.

But in a statement, he promised to continue working as an MP. Writing on his website, he said: ‘I will co-operate fully with any investigation, and while it is ongoing I will continue to carry out my duties as MP for Tiverton and Honiton.

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