Speaker of the House of Commons of the British Parliament, Sir Lindsay Hoyle, promised to initiate an investigation into the alleged use of cocaine within the walls of parliament. This is reported by The Times.
According to Hoyle, traces of cocaine were found in places where only holders of parliamentary passes could go. For example, traces of drugs were found in ministerial toilets next to the offices of Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Interior Minister Prity Patel.
MP Charles Walker confirmed that the issue will be discussed by the House of Commons next week … The deputy also received a proposal to attract more hunting dogs to work in parliament to find drugs.