Ex-chief constable leads misconduct probe over video peer

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FORMER top cop Paul Kernaghan is set to investigate claims of a peer snorting white powder.

Mr Kernaghan, the Lords Commissioner for Standards, Hampshire police’s ex-chief constable, will gather evidence on whether there has been any misconduct. The Sun on Sunday’s footage shows Lord Sewel romping naked with two women at his flat in Dolphin Square, Pimlico, a couple of miles from parliament. The peer has since quit.

At one point he snorts white powder, alleged to be cocaine, from a prostitute’s breasts using a five-pound note.