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Some Conservatives were fighting back against claims made against them, in particular journalist Kate Maltby wrote that he made inappropriate advances to her.Justice Minister Dominic Raab appeared in the ‘dirty dossier’ spreadsheet with Mr Green and said some of the accusations on it appeared little more than “gossip or unsubstantiated rumours”.In an ominous sign for other ministers caught up in the sexual harassment scandal, he added: “We’ve all got to look back now at the past.” Explaining his departure he said behaviour acceptable a decade ago no longer is, and the Prime Minister had made clear she wants staff protected and allegations of misconduct investigated, adding that from now on “it has to apply to all of us”.The news will send a shockwave through Westminster which is reeling from fresh allegations on Wednesday – including that a male worker and female staffer had their crotches groped by different politicians and that another woman had her drink spiked with a ‘date rape’ drug in one of Parliament’s bars.
But the number one spot is utterly deserved by Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan’s The Trip, in which they take a romantic grand-tour style romp through magnificent Mediterranean countryside, and sprinkle witty observations throughout.”BBC1’s adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s Jamaica Inn in Cornwall was fourth on the list, with scenes set in Holywell Bay, Newquay, and The Cheesewring and Hurlers on Bodmin Moor. In a post on his own website, he went on: “Under my own name, the entry reads: ‘Injunction for inappropriate behaviour with a woman’.“And yet, I have never been served with any injunction for anything. Equally, any insinuation that I have engaged in anything resembling sexual harassment, sexually abusive behaviour or lewd remarks with either parliamentary colleagues or staff (in any job I have done) is false and malicious.Sir Michael Fallon has become the first major scalp claimed by the growing Westminster sexual harassment scandal, resigning from his cabinet job amid expected further allegations of inappropriate behaviour.The ex-Defence Secretary who has been one of Theresa May’s most steadfast allies, admitted that in the past his actions fell “below the high standards” required of the armed forces he represented.