Oxford East MP Anneliese Dodds has urged the Conservatives to investigate allegations that a Tory MP committed a series of rapes.

It comes after reports that Sir Jake Berry, a former Tory Party chairman, warned police about the claims after leaving the post last year.

According to a copy of a letter obtained by the Mail On Sunday, Sir Jake wrote to police saying that the MP targeted as many as five people with little to no consequence, with some of the allegations including multiple rapes.

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Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has described the allegations as “very serious” and insisted his party’s complaints procedures are “robust.”

Opposition parties have urged the Conservatives to investigate the allegations over the unidentified MP, who was able to continue in their role in Parliament.

Mrs Dodds, who is Labour Party chairwoman, called the allegations “deeply concerning and extremely serious.”