A Conservative MP says he will complain to the newly-formed press regulator over the "entrapment" that led to his colleague's resignation as a government minister.
Brooks Newmark resigned as Minister for Civil Society after Sunday Mirror revelations that he had exchanged suggestive pictures with a reporter posing as a young Tory campaigner.
Following the story's publication, fellow MP Mark Pritchard said he would be referring the newspaper to the Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso).
Pritchard told the BBC: "It is in the public interest that their actions are fully investigated. This is the first real test as to whether the new body, Ipso, has any teeth."
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