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Women aren't confident abuse in Westminster has been stopped

Three women who have made allegations against politicians tell the Guardian political parties have ignored the issue for decades

Women at the heart of the Westminster sexual harassment scandal have told the Guardian they have no confidence that “endemic” abuse of power has been stopped.

Writer Kate Maltby, who accused Conservative MP Damian Green of sexual harassment, Labour party activist Ava Etemadzadeh, who accused Labour MP Kelvin Hopkins, and former special adviser to Nick Clegg Bridget Harris, who made allegations against Lib Dem peer Lord Rennard, said they had little faith their political parties would put their houses in order, and accused them of ignoring the issue for decades.

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