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John Bercow faced pressure to quit after a damning report found bullying and sexual harassment in Parliament had been allowed to “thrive” because of a culture of “deference, subservience, acquiescence and silence”.

An independent inquiry into harassment in the House of Commons concluded it would be difficult to deliver the necessary changes to restore the confidence of staff while the “current senior House administration” remained in place.

The report did not identify any specific individuals but defined the House authorities as including the House of Commons Commission which is chaired by Mr Bercow and the Speaker’s Office itself.

The investigation into the toxic culture in Westminster did not...

John Bercow faced pressure to quit after a damning report found bullying and sexual harassment in Parliament had been allowed to “thrive” because of a culture of “deference, subservience, acquiescence and silence”.

An independent inquiry into harassment in the House of Commons concluded it would be difficult to deliver the necessary changes to restore the confidence of staff while the “current senior House administration” remained in place.

The report did not identify any specific individuals but defined the House authorities as including the House of Commons Commission which is chaired by Mr Bercow and the Speaker’s Office itself.

The investigation into the toxic culture in Westminster did not...

John Bercow faced pressure to quit after a damning report found bullying and sexual harassment in Parliament had been allowed to “thrive” because of a culture of “deference, subservience, acquiescence and silence”.

An independent inquiry into harassment in the House of Commons concluded it would be difficult to deliver the necessary changes to restore the confidence of staff while the “current senior House administration” remained in place.

The report did not identify any specific individuals but defined the House authorities as including the House of Commons Commission which is chaired by Mr Bercow and the Speaker’s Office itself.

The investigation into the toxic culture in Westminster did not...

John Bercow faced pressure to quit after a damning report found bullying and sexual harassment in Parliament had been allowed to “thrive” because of a culture of “deference, subservience, acquiescence and silence”.

An independent inquiry into harassment in the House of Commons concluded it would be difficult to deliver the necessary changes to restore the confidence of staff while the “current senior House administration” remained in place.

The report did not identify any specific individuals but defined the House authorities as including the House of Commons Commission which is chaired by Mr Bercow and the Speaker’s Office itself.

The investigation into the toxic culture in Westminster did not...