A newly elected MP under investigation over alleged racism and another who said “nuisance tenants” should have to live in forced labour camps are among Conservatives who will take up their places on the Commons benches.

Several of the 108 new Tory MPs who will sit in parliament for the first time next week survived campaigns dogged by controversy to emerge victorious in the general election.

These are the most contentious candidates elected on Thursday night.

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Racism claims and ‘forced labour camps’: The most controversial new Tory MPs who won seats in general election
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