Damian Green, pictured outside his home earlier this month, is being investigated over claims he had extreme porn on one of his office computers and made an unwanted pass at a younger Tory activist
A report into claims Theresa May's deputy had extreme porn on his computer and made a pass at a Tory activist might be kept secret, No10 today admitted.
Damian Green is being investigated by the Cabinet Office over the allegations and could face the sack if he is found to have acted inappropriately.
Sir Michael Fallon has already been forced to quit as Defence Secretary after admitting his behaviour fell short amid the Westminster sex harassment scandal.
A Downing Street spokesman was asked repeatedly if the inquiry into Mr Green would be published, but refused to say it would be.
Instead the Number Ten spokesman only told reporters they would be 'updated' once investigations are completed.
The spokesman was pressed at a Westminster media briefing over whether the report into Mr Green would be published when it was complete.
He said: 'We will wait for the investigation to be concluded. Once that has happened, we will update you on the next steps.'
Asked is Mrs May is frustrated at the slow progress of the inquiry into her effective deputy, the spokesman said: 'We want the correct process to be followed.'
The comments will fuel fears of a cover-up over the the scandal, which has rocked Parliament.
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