Hollywood has become a hive of sexual assault and harassment recently, as men and women have come forward with accusations of sexual misconduct against Harvey Weinstein, James Toback, Kevin Spacey, and many more. Now, following that, more women have been opening up about Sexual Harassment within Parliament, leading to an equally scandalous situation in Westminster.

May and Corbyn have unexpectedly united

Prime Minister Theresa May has been in talks with Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn (her Hillary Clinton) and the Scottish National Party’s Westminster-based leader, Iain Blackford, and they have reached “an important step forward” in resolving the unacceptable frequency of sexual harassment within Parliament.

There is now a new grievance procedure in place for staff, who now have new HR representatives they can talk to face-to-face following any such incidents. There is also an independent grievance process in place.

The union of May and Corbyn is unexpected, given their past contentions and the intense rivalry they shared during the general election campaign earlier this year. But they have now come across a common enemy and they are joining forces to tackle it.