Profound sense of right and wrong after MP’s trial

Pictured is MP Nigel Evans leaving Preston Crown Court after his long ongoing trial for sexual assault and rape. ''rossparry.co.uk / Thomas Temple

Pictured is MP Nigel Evans leaving Preston Crown Court after his long ongoing trial for sexual assault and rape. ''rossparry.co.uk / Thomas Temple

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Now the month-long trial of our MP Nigel Evans is over and he has been found unanimously not guilty of all the charges laid against him, there seems to be much speculation in the papers and on TV and radio about what the future holds for him.

Will he seek to regain the Conservative Party whip and, if he does, will it be granted to him? Will he resume his role as Deputy Speaker, which he stood down from while the charges were hanging over him? Will he be allowed to stand again for the Conservatives at the next General Election?

Surely all these thing should be immediately open to him – he has been cleared of all and any guilt. I am not a Conservative and have never voted for Nigel Evans, but he is still my MP and I have a profound sense of right and wrong, justice and injustice.

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