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"Then we hit this technology revolution before we were maybe in that frazzled period of our life with kids and no time to learn anything new.We hit it where we could still adopt in a selective way the new technologies," he added.Theresa May (third right) and Jeremy Corbyn (third left) joined a meeting party leaders for emergency talks tonight (pictured) to try and toughen up protections for MPs' staff.Also in attendance were (clockwise from left) SNP leader Ian Blackford, shadow women's minister Dawn Butler, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, leader's chief of staff Karie Murphy, Lib Dem leader Sir Vince Cable, Lib Dem deputy leader Jo Swinson, Plaid Cymru leader Liz Saville Roberts, Unknown Aide, Unknown Aide, DUP chief whip Geoffrey Donaldson, No 10 deputy chief of staff Joanna Penn, Prime Minister Theresa May, Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom, Lords Leader Natalie Evans Speaking after the meeting in her parliamentary office, Mrs May said: 'Sadly, over recent days, we have seen a number of allegations about figures from across the political parties and it's important that those are investigated impartially and some have rightly been referred to the police.'I think if this hasn't happened to you it's difficult to appreciate the impact that being a victim of this sort of behaviour can have, it simply has a lasting impact on people.'And we need to do more to stop these abuses of power and I'm pleased that having convened this meeting of party leaders today we have agreed a way forward.'We are going to ensure that there's an upgrade to the existing phone line for staff so that staff in future will be able to get face-to-face HR support and for that to be in place by the end of the month.'And we've also agreed that we need a completely new grievance procedure for staff working here, for everybody working here, and that that should come into effect in the New Year.'So I think an important step forward has been taken today, it's important that we get this right, and I'm sorry that we have seen these abuses of power - too many taking place over too many years.'And the fact that they have taken place here at our seat of democracy should be a matter of shame for us all.'Earlier today, Mrs May admitted that politicians on all sides had failed to tackle the 'deeply troubling' problems over many years.Speaking after the meeting Mrs May said party leaders also agreed to upgrade an existing complaints hotline to a face-to-face human resources service.The latter will be introduced by the end of the month and the new grievance procedure should be in place in next year, Mrs May told reporters.
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Theresa May sat down face to face with every other party leader tonight to strike an agreement for a new 'grievance procedure' for MPs' staff harassed by politicians.
What we are talking about is the use and abuse of power.' Home Secretary Amber Rudd set out a tough line yesterday saying that sex pest MPs should be kicked out of Parliament.
Damian Green, pictured leaving his London home today, is under investigation by the Cabinet Office amid disputed allegations of a clumsy pass at a Tory activist.