As we had informed you, a reshuffling of the British parliament is underway due to a ‘dirty dossier’ in which some 39 members of parliament were named as being ‘handy’ with women.
Last week already two major ministers were asked to take their leave. Mr Michael Fallon, the UK’s minister of defense stepped on knowing that revelations were forthcoming.
A few days earlier, Mr Mark Garnier, the British trade minister had to reveal that he had indeed asked his PA to buy sex toys for him and also took a step aside.
However, more ministers and members of parliament have already been reshuffled, but given their standing we couldn’t report on all of them.
One of those was a Welsh (Wales is a part of the UK together with England, Scotland and Northern Ireland) Minister named Mr Carl Sargeant, 49-years-old, who had lost his ministerial job as cabinet secretary for communities and children because of allegations as to his personal conduct.
It is understood that just in the past hours, Mr Sargeant, who was a married father of two, has been found dead in an apparent suicide.
The North Wales police explained: “At approximately 11.30 am today, Tuesday 7 November, North Wales police were called to a report that the body of a man had been found at an address in Connah’s Quay. The man has been formally identified as local AM Carl Sargeant. His next of kin were informed and police are supporting the family. North Wales police are not treating his death as suspicious and the matter has been referred to HM Coroner.”
His family has released the following statement: "Carl was a much loved husband, father and friend. He wasn't simply a part of our family. He was the glue that bound us together. He was the most kind and caring husband, father, son and friend. We are devastated beyond words, and we know our grief will be shared by all those who knew and loved him."