House of Commons Gay Sex Texts Revealed

Texts advertising the gay sex party at Conservative Conference have been published in today's Mail on Sunday. The messages, talked about an "orgy" and a "gay party" at a £2500 a night hotel suite, which was indirectly funded by the taxpayer.

The messages were sent by Iain Corby, who was director of the Policy Research Unit (PRU) at the time. Mr Corby, 35, quit his job last month claiming that he wanted to return to the private sector. It is thought that details of this exchange were at least part of the reason for his departure.

In 2011 Corby hired a suite at Manchester’s Light ApartHotel, the room was paid for by the PRU, a body that is financed by Tory MPs paying in £4000 a year each from Parliamentary expenses. Almost all of its income is taxpayers' money, although it is a private organisation run by a board of Conservative MPs. It was previously called the Parliamentary Resources Unit, but had a slight re-brand two years ago. 

Mr Corby bragged that he was sharing the suite with colleagues from the PRU but he had picked the "cutest boys from my team". He went on to say that one was "walking round naked" and he knew "how to keep his boss happy". The messages were sent via the gay dating application 'grindr'.

The PRU is run by around 20 researchers, most of whom are in their 20's. It is effectively a pooled research team working for Conservative MPs. Complaints have been made before about what goes on at the PRU and Corby had once received a written warning for drinking on duty.

Breitbart London has also been made aware of an alleged incident before the last election when a student from Massachusetts in his twenties was approached in a gay nightclub and offered a job at the PRU by Corby. The man was offered the job without showing any kind of CV, and without Corby knowing if he was qualified to work at the House of Commons. The offer was made in the early hours of the morning at the 'Popstarz' nightclub in Central London.

The American student decided not to take the job, and instead returned home.


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