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A key ally of Jeremy Corbyn was today accused of supporting a 'vile' social media campaign against his Tory rival.
Labour leftwinger Chris Williamson ousted Conservative Amanda Solloway to become MP for Derby North at the last election.
'But such behaviour is taken to a new level when, during the last election, a teacher tells the class of my 13 year-old boy that nobody should talk to him because he is the son of a Conservative MP.'There were cries of 'shame' and shocked gasps from fellow MPs after Mr Stewart made the comments.
Home Office Minister Sarah Newton said the revelation is 'deeply troubling'. It is a noble thing to stand for election it is a noble thing to want to represent your community - either as a councillor or as an MP in this place'And those people in a position of responsibility and influence, such as a teacher, should be upholding the shared values of our country.'And it is most disappointing to hear of somebody in such a powerful and influential position, letting themselves down and letting their profession down.' The headteacher at the local school which Mr Stewart's son attends told the Mail Online in a statement: 'We are clearly very concerned about the statement made today by Bob Stewart MP.
But when he was asked about the larger allegations that he pursued relationships with teenagers while in his 30s, Mr Moore was less precise.
A number of teachers helped to organised sick 'death parties' celebrating the passing away of Margaret Thatcher in 2013.In a separate statement, Mr Moore said he “never engaged in sexual misconduct” and condemned “the actions of any man who engages in sexual misconduct not just against minors but against any woman”.After Mr Hannity pressed Mr Moore on the ethics of a 32-year-old having sexual contact with a 14-year-old, saying it would be “despicable”, Mr Moore agreed that “if you abuse a 14-year-old you shouldn’t be a Senate candidate”, reiterating that “I didn’t do that”.Bob Stewart was a war hero who led troops in Bosnia and Northern Ireland before he joined the House of Commons as an MP.After training at Sandhurst he served in Northern Ireland during The Troubles, first as an intelligence officer and then a company commander.