In this file photo dated Thursday, June 15, 2017, Britain's defense minister Michael Fallon speaks at the Romanian defense ministry in Bucharest, Romania. (AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda, File)
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The scandal surrounding Britain's political class deepened Sunday with more allegations of sexual harassment, abuse of power and other misdeeds, including new claims involving a key ally of Prime Minister Theresa May.First Secretary of State Damian Green, a senior Cabinet figure who is in effect May's deputy, emphatically denied a Sunday Times report that police had found "extreme" pornography on his computer during an investigation nine years ago.An official Cabinet Office inquiry into Green's behavior started after a woman complained that Green touched her knee at a meeting in a pub and later sent her an inappropriate text message.The allegations swirling through the British government in the aftermath of Hollywood's Harvey Weinstein abuse scandal go far beyond Green and former Defense Secretary Michael Fallon, who stepped down last week after reports of inappropriate behavior by him surfaced.
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