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Early mist and fog will lift through the morning to leave a fine and dry day. With light winds and long spells of sunshine it will feel very pleasant. Maximum temperature 14 °C.
A man who is said to have been indecently assaulted by the former Shadow Secretary of State for Wales Nigel Evans has described him in court as a 'drunken lech'.
The witness also told how Mr Evans allegedly twice put his hands down his trousers at the 2003 Conservative Party Conference. Mr Evans denies all the charges against him. Amy Welch reports:
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Early mist and fog will lift through Wednesday morning to leave a fine and dry day. With light winds and long spells of sunshine it will feel very pleasant. Maximum temperature 14 °C.
The third alleged victim of politician Nigel Evans has described feeling "awkward" and "bewildered" after what he claimed was an attempt by the MP to kiss him.
During cross-examination, Evans' defence barrister asked: "You were 'bewildered' but you were prepared to help Mr Evans with constituency work in Ribble Valley and stay at his home?"
The man replied: "I considered the matter closed. I had spoken to him many times after that first meeting. I had dealt with what had happened in my head".
The man told the court that he did not feel he had been the victim of a crime, and did not contact police to make a formal complaint.
A third alleged victim has described to jurors how Nigel Evans leant in to kiss him while the two were socialising at a parliamentary bar in 2009.
The man, then in his early 20s, did not know Evans. He told the court he physically pushed the MP away saying: "No, we are not doing that."
He claims he spoke to a friend about it shortly afterwards, but his friend "shrugged it off" saying "that's what Nigel does."
The MP denies nine charges of sexual offences against seven young men.
A member of the Conservative Party, who alleges Nigel Evans tried to touch him inappropriately at a hotel bar in Blackpool, has described the politician as a "drunken lech".
He is the second of the MP's alleged victims to give evidence. The man told Preston Crown Court that Evans tried to put a hand down his trousers during the Conservative conference in 2003.
Jurors heard how Evans, who was then Shadow Secretary of State for Wales, was "very heavily intoxicated". The party member said: "I very rarely see someone that drunk".
The alleged victim claimed he removed Evans' hand from his waistband, feeling embarrassed and annoyed. He also said he tried to react subtly, so that journalists nearby would not pick up on it.
The second witness called in the trial of Nigel Evans has described seeing the MP put a hand down her friend's trousers.
She told the court her friend "found it annoying, but we both found it amusing as well".
Jurors heard she "laughed it off" and that it was "not a serious incident - remotely. It was in full view. There was nothing furtive about it".