More than 9,000 reports have been posted on the Everyone’s Invited website where survivors can anonymously share their experiences.
“I used to work in bars and there was an attitude that was – ‘he’s a regular, it doesn’t matter that he feels your arse when you’re walking past,” the MP tells HuffPost UK.
Joining Arj Singh, Paul Waugh and Rachel Wearmouth to discuss how to improve things is shadow domestic violence minister Jess Phillips, who calls for cross-party talks, why Liz Truss needs to do more, and also whether the Hartlepool by-election will reveal the direction of travel for post-Brexit, post-pandemic Britain.
Former minister Caroline Nokes speaks out.
Debate to mark International Women's Day takes place in "shadow of the menace of male violence against women", says Harriet Harman.
The former Blue Peter presenter has since claimed her post was "never directed at people clinically ill who need our support".
Jess Phillips criticised the PM for doing "nothing" to help women and BAME people who have also been hit hard by coronavirus.
Labour's Jess Phillips said it was "shocking" he has not had the whip removed.
Labour shadow minister tells HuffPost UK Priti Patel is "missing in action" and has failed to build a strategic plan for victims.
The government seems unable to give a straight answer on a range of questions as problems with PPE persist and no sign of an exit strategy being presented to the public. Is no one able to make decisions during Boris Johnson’s absence? As the country continues to strive through the lockdown, worries about the economy are being joined by the affects it is having one the public, particularly for school children and women with abusive partners. Shadow minister for domestic violence Jess Phillips joins Arj Singh, Paul Waugh and Rachel Wearmouth to discuss what needs to be done to limit the effects of the pandemic lockdown.