British MPs Accused of Using ‘Foreign Trips’ to Link with Young Women to Boost Sexual Tourism

A number of British MPs have been accused of using all-party parliamentary groups (APPG) to travel abroad and pursue “interests in local women”, “pretty young girls” and “Russians”, among other untoward activities. 

A member of the House of Lords who was a Conservative MP during a trip to Southeast Asia with an all-party parliamentary group allegedly asked for directions to the nearest brothel, according to another parliamentarian who attended the trip. 

Two former colleagues of another Tory MP, who used to be a minister, said they would stay on after the delegation had returned home to pursue his “interest in local women”. 

One colleague reportedly claimed: “He routinely stayed on after these visits and linked up with young women in the place in question. He showed an interest in pretty young girls.” 

According to a foreign diplomat, a senior Labour MP had been exploiting his power in being tied to Westminster to act on his fondness for “Russian girls”.

Eager to preserve their relationship with the UK, local officials reportedly often felt unable to say anything. 

More than a dozen government officials and British lawmakers spoke about claims of “drunken, lewd or sexual misbehaviour by certain MPs and peers on such trips”. 

Local officials within these foreign countries alleged some MPs had participated in parties organised by diplomatic representatives where young men and women were “supplied” for the purposes of sexual activity. 

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