This Sunday British government ordered an internal investigation into allegations of inappropriate sexual conduct against Secretary of State for international trade, Mark Garnier, of his secretary.
An old secretary of Garnier, head of investment area at Ministry of International Trade, told tabloid Mail on Sunday that high office forced him to buy sex toys and directed obscene expressions.
The Secretary of state admitted to newspaper accusations, but denied that y could constitute "sexual harassment".
The outbreak of Weinstein case, by Hollywood producer Harvey Weinsten, accused by dozens of actresses and or women in industry of harassment, sexual abusus and even rape, has resulted in an international debate on treatment of some men Powerful towards women. This same Sunday, hundreds of French have taken ir public complaints of social networks to streets of Paris and several or cities.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will also be addressing President of House of Commons, John Bercow, to address strategies to change Westminster's "culture" on sexual behaviors, as Minister of Health Advanced, Jeremy Hunt.
On Friday, a spokesman for Downing Street, May's official office, expressed concern at executive for news reports pointing out that British Parliament workers have drawn up a list of alleged sexual abuses committed by Politicians and senior officials.
That spokesman emphasized that "any information on sexual harassment is deeply troubling" and noted that possible measures will be taken when se alleged allegations "come to light".