Westminster Sexual Allegations: Government Official Accused Of Groping TV Producer’s Breast

The latest in a series of sexual harassments at Westminster is the TV producer, Daisy Goodwin who has claimed she was groped by one of David Cameron’s officials while visiting 10 Downing Street.

Daisy Goodwin, creator of the ITV drama series ‘Victoria’ alleged that the official man put his hand on her breast during a meeting at the Prime Minister’s residence.

Ms Goodwin said the official who was a few years younger than her showed her into a room dominated by a portrait of Margaret Thatcher and soon after he put his feet on her chair and told her “sunglasses made you look like a Bond Girl”.

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Trying to turn the conversation back to her project, Goodwin was shocked when at the end of the meeting the official put his hand on her breast. She said:

“I looked at the hand and then in my best Lady Bracknell voice said, ‘Are you actually touching my breast?’ He dropped his hand and laughed nervously.  I swept out in what can only be called high dudgeon. I wasn’t traumatised, I was cross.”

Ms Goodwin said the incident took place between 2010 and 2016, during David Cameron’s time in office and it hadn’t occurred to her to report the incident. She said:

“Now, in the light of all the really shocking stories that have come out about abusive behaviour by men in power from Hollywood to Westminster, I wonder if my Keep Calm and Carry on philosophy, inherited from my parents, was correct? The answer is, I am not sure.”

Ms Goodwin added:

“I think humiliating the official was probably the appropriate punishment, but suppose he tried it on with someone less able to defend themselves?”

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