Theresa May is under growing pressure today to reveal what her closest allies knew about harassment claims sweeping Westminster.
Gavin Barwell, her chief of staff, was a senior whip when allegations about Sir Michael Fallon were first reported.
Dr Poulter, a part-time practising NHS doctor, is the latest MP to face investigation as the harassment scandal sweeps through Westminster.
Writing in the Sunday Times today, Mr Bridgen said all MPs must be 'equal with the electorate under the law'.
Branding the allegation an 'unscrupulous character assassination, Mr Green said: 'I've been aware for some years that the discredited former assistant commissioner Bob Quick has tried to cause me political damage by leaking false information about the raid on my parliamentary office.'No newspaper has reported this story due to the complete lack of any evidence.'The police have never suggested to me that inappropriate material was found on my Parliamentary computer.' Mr Green is already facing a Cabinet Office inquiry - which will now hear evidence from Mr Quick on Monday - after a Tory activist claimed he had touched her knee.
Kate Maltby accused him of making a clumsy pass and sending her a 'suggestive' text message.
And Gavin Williamson, who replaced Sir Michael at the Ministry of Defence, ran the whips office for Mrs May until this week.