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Nigel Evans, the former Deputy Speaker in the House of Commons and former Shadow Welsh Secretary, has gone on trial accused of sexual offences against seven men.
The Swansea-born MP, who now represents the Ribble Valley in Lancashire, denies the charges.
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The court was told that, in 2011, Nigel Evans MP offered a work placement to a university student. After the placement, in March 2013, Mr Evans met with the student at his home in Pendleton for dinner to "catch up".
Jurors heard that, after drinking champagne, wine and port, the young man suggested it was time for bed. Mr Evans allegedly followed him and guided him into his own bedroom.
The man got into bed, expecting to go to sleep, but the prosecution say the politician had more on his mind. They told the court that he touched the man all over. The man says he did not want to "engage in or encourage sexual activity."
Later in the night, the jury heard the man awoke to find Mr Evans raping him. The next day, the complainant says Nigel Evans texted him to apologise for being drunk.
The MP says all sexual contact between them was consensual. He denies all the charges.
A second complainant in the trial of MP Nigel Evans claims he was assaulted during the Conservative Party conference in 2003.
The complainant, who was drinking with a friend when Evans stood next to him "without warning or any kind of invitation".
Prosecutor Mark Heywood said Mr Evans then put his right hand underneath the man's suit and into the top of his waistband, before trying to reach down the young man's trousers.
After the "annoyed and embarrassed" complainant "discreetly removed" Mr Evans' hand, the MP was then moved away before returning to do "exactly the same thing again" 10 minutes later.
The former deputy speaker was described as being "plastered" at the time, Mr Heywood said.
Jurors at Preston Crown Court have been told that Nigel Evans MP assaulted a man in a parliamentary bar.
In May 2010 shortly after the general election, prosecutors say the MP was at Strangers Bar in the Houses of Parliament. While there, he was said to have cupped another man's crotch.
The court heard that Evans was told: "No, that's not cool."
The prosecution say the MP "did not seem to react and just carried on as though nothing had happened."
After drinking at a pub in Ribble Valley, while on a trip for constituency business, it is alleged that Nigel Evans was "pretty drunk".
A male companion was stopping at his house and sleeping on the sofa.
On two occasions, the complainant awoke to find Evans close beside him. The MP said he was simply checking up on him.
On a third occasion, the complainant alleges he awoke to find Evans perched on the edge of the sofa and that he had touched him inappropriately.
The prosecution told the jury: "He was employed directly by the defendant. There was no human resources department, no personnel officer, and no immediate method of complaint or oversight for someone in his position of employment by an MP."
Prosecutors have begun outlining the nine sexual offence charges against Nigel Evans, the former deputy speaker of the House of Commons.
The first alleged offence happened in late 2002, with the complainant, an openly gay man, aged 27.
It was claimed that one evening, in a busy Soho bar, Mr Evans "placed four fingers inside the waistband" of the alleged victim with "no words, no warning or invitation".
"He had obviously had quite a lot to drink," Mark Heywood QC said of the MP.
The complainant was "annoyed" but "walked away" and felt "sorrow" at the MP's behaviour, Mr Heywood said, but didn't "want to cause a fuss because of who Mr Evans was".
Former deputy speaker of the House of Commons Nigel Evans used his "powerful" influence to sexually assault seven young men, a court has been told.
He had the "ability to make or break" the careers of those who wished to work in Westminster, a jury at Preston Crown Court heard.
Evans, 56, faces nine charges in all, dating from 2002 to April 1 last year, involving the seven complainants.
The MP for Ribble Valley, in Lancashire, denies two counts of indecent assault, six of sexual assault and one of rape.
Opening the case, prosecutor Mark Heywood QC said: "Within the Palace of Westminster, in his constituency and in his own political party, Mr Evans was, during the decade with which you are concerned, a very well-known and powerful individual."
"Part of his influence included the ability to make, or to break, the careers of those young people who themselves would be politicians or work for those who govern. He, often when in drink, pressed his sexual attentions on those younger men, using or trading on his position of influence."
South Wales Police is investigating the death of a worker at the Walkabout bar on Wind Street in Swansea.
A 20-year-old man sustained serious injuries in an incident during the early hours of Monday 24 February, and died in hospital on Friday 28 February.
South Wales Police says it is working with Swansea Council to investigate.
The man's family and the coroner have been told.
The speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, is expected to be a witness at the trial of Ribble Valley MP Nigel Evans.
Jurors at the sex offences trial in Preston were also told they could hear testimony from Michael Fabricant MP and Conor Burns MP, as well as former MP Lembit Opik.