Deputy to Prime Minister denies watching porn on Parliament computer

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As fresh allegations arise that police found porn on Damian Green MP’s computer, he claims he never watched any “adult material” in his Parliamentary office.

Mr Green said, “I have maintained all along, I still maintain, it is the truth, that I didn’t download or look at pornography on my computer. But obviously while the investigation is going on I can’t say any more.”

The minister – who effectively acts as Theresa May’s deputy – has faced new claims that “THOUSANDS” of pornographic images were found on the computer during a raid over Government leaks in 2008. None of the material was deemed unlawful.

Neil Lewis, a retired Scotland Yard detective, said the data suggested the material had been viewed for hours at a time over a period of around three months.

It is not known exactly who viewed the images on the computer, which was accessible by Mr Green and a number of his staff. Perhaps one of his interns was bored at work, and stupidly downloaded a few thousands photos … because the work PC is a wise place to build a “wank bank”.

“The computer was in Mr Green’s office, on his desk, logged in, his account, his name,” Mr Lewis told the BBC.

Mr Green, who is the subject of a misconduct investigation by the Cabinet Office over alleged inappropriate behaviour towards a young activist, today reiterated firm denials that he viewed porn on the computer.

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