Orion tight-lipped as Commons slams Bercow for naming staff in memoir

Orion tight-lipped as Commons slams Bercow for naming staff in memoir

Orion has remained tight-lipped after John Bercow named former staff in his hot-off-the-press autobiography, Unspeakable, in an act branded "unacceptable" by the House of Commons. 

In the book, the former Commons Speaker hits out at former colleagues who accused him of "sexually and racially inappropriate" language, which he denies, naming them in the process. However the House of Commons said the staff members had the right to expect privacy.

A spokesman for Bercow said it would have been "odd" if he hadn't commented on the "unfounded" allegations in the book. "He was advised by Speaker'...

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