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If the House of Commons Commission – the Speaker-led body that runs the House – had hoped that establishing an inquiry into bullying and harassment of staff would defuse the issue, Laura Cox’s explosive report published on Monday will have left them sorely disappointed.

For me, having worked as a Clerk in the Commons for 10 years up to 2014, the allegations of misbehaviour by MPs and House staff set out in Cox’s report were no surprise. During my time in the House I saw colleagues shouted at, undermined and savagely criticised in public, heard first-hand reports of more serious campaigns of bullying and abuse and saw the careers of talented and dedicated public servants cut short.

The outrageous...

If the House of Commons Commission – the Speaker-led body that runs the House – had hoped that establishing an inquiry into bullying and harassment of staff would defuse the issue, Laura Cox’s explosive report published on Monday will have left them sorely disappointed.

For me, having worked as a Clerk in the Commons for 10 years up to 2014, the allegations of misbehaviour by MPs and House staff set out in Cox’s report were no surprise. During my time in the House I saw colleagues shouted at, undermined and savagely criticised in public, heard first-hand reports of more serious campaigns of bullying and abuse and saw the careers of talented and dedicated public servants cut short.

The outrageous...

If the House of Commons Commission – the Speaker-led body that runs the House – had hoped that establishing an inquiry into bullying and harassment of staff would defuse the issue, Laura Cox’s explosive report published on Monday will have left them sorely disappointed.

For me, having worked as a Clerk in the Commons for 10 years up to 2014, the allegations of misbehaviour by MPs and House staff set out in Cox’s report were no surprise. During my time in the House I saw colleagues shouted at, undermined and savagely criticised in public, heard first-hand reports of more serious campaigns of bullying and abuse and saw the careers of talented and dedicated public servants cut short.

The outrageous...

If the House of Commons Commission – the Speaker-led body that runs the House – had hoped that establishing an inquiry into bullying and harassment of staff would defuse the issue, Laura Cox’s explosive report published on Monday will have left them sorely disappointed.

For me, having worked as a Clerk in the Commons for 10 years up to 2014, the allegations of misbehaviour by MPs and House staff set out in Cox’s report were no surprise. During my time in the House I saw colleagues shouted at, undermined and savagely criticised in public, heard first-hand reports of more serious campaigns of bullying and abuse and saw the careers of talented and dedicated public servants cut short.

The outrageous...