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DETECTIVES are today awaiting the results of drug tests on the body of Stephen Milligan, the Conservative MP found dead at his home in bizarre circumstances.

Scotland Yard said last night that Iain West, a Home Office pathologist, was carrying out further tests, including toxicology, after a post mortem failed to reveal the cause of the 45-year-old MP's death.

Lloyd Dennis, 33, from Sopwith Road, Eastleigh, had pleaded guilty to attacking one of the boys and being in possession of images of extreme pornography at a previous hearing.

Today at Southampton Crown Court, Dennis pleaded guilty to further charges of sexual assault involving the other boy.

'The welfare of the pupils at the schools is our absolute priority and if I, or any of my team, are notified of any concerns, they are investigated thoroughly in accordance with Children's Services Safeguarding Guidelines,' a statement released by the head teacher of Bishop's Waltham Junior School read.

A HAMPSHIRE teacher has pleaded guilty to 20 sexual offences against two boys.

He was naked except for a pair of women's stockings and his head was covered with a black plastic bag. It ran up his body and was wound around his neck with the other end close by one hand.

The position of the flex reinforced suggestions he may have been indulging in the dangerous practice of starving himself of oxygen to heighten sexual pleasure. A leading pathologist said yesterday that the inconclusive post- mortem could be consistent with death by vago-vasal phenomenon.

The drug, better known as 'poppers', is used by homosexuals and heterosexuals and is widely available.

The body of the bachelor MP for Eastleigh in Hampshire was discovered by his secretary at his home in Hammersmith, west London, on Monday.


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