Two more ministers and a Tory aide have broken cover to condemn allegations in a controversial sleaze dossier.
Rory Stewart, his former aide Sophie Bolsover, and Dominic Raab issued statements flatly denying claims in the list.
They are the latest subjects of the rumours to publicy rebut the allegations, which have been widely circulated at Westminster and now published online.
Although it was apparently compiled to expose sexual misconduct, a number of the 40 entries relate to consensual relationships with no sign of wrongdoing.
Rory Stewart and his former aide Sophie Bolsover spoke out flatly to deny the allegations in the controversial dossier
Mr Stewart's former aide Sophie Bolsover tweeted today that 'nothing of the kind implied by my name being included on this spreadsheet ever took place'
Justice minister Dominic Raab said any allegation of harassment was 'false and malicious' and he had consulted lawyers
International development minister Mr Stewart retweeted his former staffer's statement, adding: 'This story is completely untrue + deeply hurtful.'
Mr Stewart was alleged on the document to have 'asked female researcher to do odd things'. Ms Bolsover's name was also included.
But she tweeted today that 'nothing of the kind implied by my name being included on this spreadsheet ever took place'.
'During my time working in parliament, Rory Stewart was never anything other than completely professional and an excellent employer,' Ms Bolsover wrote.
International development minister Mr Stewart retweeted his former staffer's statement, adding: 'This story is completely untrue + deeply hurtful. Neither of us have any idea how our names appeared on the list.'
In a post on his website, justice minister Mr Raab also confronted the allegations.
'Under my own name, the entry reads: “Injunction for inappropriate behaviour with a woman”,' he wrote.
'And yet, I have never been served with any injunction for anything. Nor