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Tory MP says sorry after exposing himself in a pub

Tory MP says sorry after exposing himself in a pub
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James Grundy became the Conservative MP for Leigh last December after managing to overturn a 10,000 vote majority and 97 years of Labour dominance.

Less impressive, however, is a recording of Grundy obtained by LBC which appears to show the MP flashing in a pub back in 2007. Grundy, who went on to become a Tory councillor in Wigan shortly after the video was filmed, has responded to the clip saying 'I apologise for my actions and for any offence caused'. You can view the clip here:

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