THOSE PROPER PARLIAMENTARY BRITS HAVE AN UGLY SECRET - PORNOGRAPHY
At least 2,50,000 attempts to visit porn websites were made on parliamentary computers last year.
UK Parliament in April, 2014 witnessed near about 42,000 visits (more than 1,300 a day) made to pages classed as pornographic.
The second most popular month was October when there were more than 30,000 hits.
In the previous year there were 350,000 hits to restricted websites.
The figures emerged in a Freedom of Information disclosure to Express.co.uk.
Jonathan Isaby, Chief Executive of the Taxpayers' Alliance, told The Telegraph: "Some of these 'visits' are no doubt the product of pop-ups beyond anybody's control, but the number is absolutely staggering."
After the 2013 figures were revealed, a House of Commons spokeswoman said: "We do not consider the data to provide an accurate representation of the number of purposeful requests made by network users due to the variety of ways in which websites can be designed to act, react and interact and due to the potential operation of third party software."
David Cameron previously vowed to block hardcore porn from "the darkest corners of the Internet".