Alleged victims express concern over failure to promise anonymity, while unions concerned over make up of cross-party working group

The Conservatives are facing criticism for failing to promise to protect the identities of alleged victims of sexual assault and harassment or announce the disciplinary panel which will hear cases against MPs.

As the party launches inquiries into claims of improper conduct against at least four parliamentarians, complainants said that they have been offered no guarantee that their names will be anonymised before being passed on.

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