london - The leaders of the British political parties are working together to deal with charges of sexual harassment. There will be an independent complaints desk and better guidance of the alleged victims.
'Unfortunately, we have heard several allegations from different parties in recent days,' said Prime Minister Theresa May after the meeting. 'It is important that they are investigated independently. Some complaints have been referred to the police. Such a thing has a lasting effect on people and we need to do more to prevent such abuse of power. '
The scandal of possible assaults and rapes within the Conservative Party and the Liberal Democrats and the allegations that these incidents have been stopped in the doom does not seem to decrease yet. For example, a new LibDem activist website announces how someone woke up in a party's hotel room without recalling what had happened. An Labor Party activist also said she was raped during a party meeting in 2011.