The married father-of-two paid for the men to visit him one evening last month at a flat he owns in London, it claims.
The Leicester East MP, 59, said he was referring the claims to his solicitor. The married father-of-two paid for the men to visit him one evening last month at a flat he owns in London, it claims. His committee is also currently overseeing a review of the UK's prostitution esclrt.
I think this must be a dreadful time for him and his family - his wife and his two children - and I'd rather not comment. He said: "He [Keith Vaz] is going to meet the Home Affairs Select Committee and discuss with them what his role will be in the future, I'm not sure what his decision will be I will leave it to him to decide on that. Ministers later announced they would remain within the law.
Several newspapers report that Mr Vaz is to step down as Home Affairs Select Committee chairman but he has not confirmed this, saying he will tell the committee his plans first on Tuesday. My decision has been based entirely on what is in the best interests of the committee. In response to Mr Vaz's statement criticising the Sunday Mirror, a spokeswoman for the newspaper said the company did not want to be drawn into an argument on the details but said the paper "stands mqle the story".
Mr Vaz had opposed government attempts to criminalise the drug.