(May said that she would review the allegation, and sexual harassment claims should be brought to the police, not party whips.)The tabloids are in full cry, and there may be more revelations over the weekend.
He collapsed again the following day and was taken to a hospital, where suffered a heart attack.The unsubstantiated sex dossier, or “spreadsheet of shame” as the tabloids call it, has not yet been published in full because of Britain’s libel laws.However, other ministers are expected to follow Defense Secretary Sir Michael Fallon, who has admitted acting inappropriately on at least one occasion—a hand on the knee of conservative commentator Julia Hartley-Brewer years ago.Before his own sex crimes charges, Clifford had told The Associated Press that he was receiving calls from many celebrities and entertainers worried they would be caught up in the widening Savile investigation.
“They’re phoning me and saying, ‘Max, I’m worried that I’m going to be implicated.’ A lot of them can’t remember what they did last week, never mind 30 or 40 years ago,” he said.
Damian Green, the first secretary of state and effectively Prime Minister Theresa May’s deputy, is fighting for his political life after a separate accusation that he made sexual advances towards a young Tory activist, which he furiously denies.