Police have investigated three cases of sexual assault on women working in Parliament, according to newly released data.

They are among some 140 offences reported to police that took place on the Parliamentary estate – which includes the House of Commons and the House of Lords – between March 2012 and last December.

Three cases of common assault and three of harassment were reported from the House of Commons – and another harassment complaint at the Palace of Westminster.

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