The former Speaker of the British House of Commons, John Bercow, has been denied entry to Parliament House. He is punished for alleged misconduct during his presidency. An investigative committee found him guilty of harassment and intimidation of employees.
Bercow served as Chairman of the Board from 2009 to 2019. He was known as a brilliant speaker who kept the sometimes endless discussions of Brexit in check. He also gained world fame due to his warnings in order in the hall: “Ask, ask!”
Birko has vehemently denied all the allegations. In response, he accused the investigative committee of conducting a “protracted, unfair and unfair trial” against him on the basis of “gossip”.
However, the commission found the series of testimonies dangerous enough to impose punishment on him. A total of 21 complaints from three different people were substantiated. The commission ruled that the burden of proof was too low for the fourth prosecutor, the site said Politico†
One proven complaint was that he threw a cell phone on the table so hard that debris bounced off the staff. He also talked a lot about the staff lightly. This is how someone described it “silly stupid”†
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