I'm sorry, but aquitted or otherwise the behaviour of Nigel Evans doesn't seem befitting to a person who is supposed to represent ordinary people in Parliament.
Most ordinary working class people do not guzzle down alcohol and have sex with one young person after another and visit seedy gay bars, so why would they want to be politically represented by someone who by his own admission does those things? What sort of a role model does he present to our young people? A very bad one I would say!
I remember when Charles Kennedy was slated and had to resign because of his drink problem, quite rightly, as you can't have drunken peope running the country, but there was no mention of him doing any of the things that Nigel Evans has admitted doing, so why was he treated so differently?
The fact that Cameron has publicly spoken up his support for Nigel Evans is another indication if anyone needed one that he is totally unfit for the position of the leader of this country.
Another thing - who is Daniel Burke, Nigel Evans solicitor? Aren't we allowed to know who he actually is and what his qualifications as a lawyer are? Why the secrecy?