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The ‘Daily Mail’ has published testimonies about a “list of violations”, abuses, mistreatment and insults produced for more than a decade

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The boss of United Kingdom Naval Staff, Admiral Ben Key, has stated this Saturday that the “abhorrent” accusations of sexual abuse women on submarines of the British Army during the last decade that the tabloid ‘Daily Mail’ has brought to light.

The newspaper has published testimonies about a “list violations” to determine the order in which the women of the crew would be assaulted in the event of an underwater accident, as well as detailed narratives about abuse, mistreatment and insults.

“I am deeply concerned about allegations of inappropriate behavior in the submarine service and want to assure our people, and anyone reading this, that any activity that does not meet the high standards the Royal Navy sets for itself is totally unacceptable.” , Key said in a statement.

“I have directed my senior team to investigate these allegations thoroughly. Anyone found guilty must take responsibility for their actions regardless of their rank or status,” he added.

The testimonies collected by the ‘Daily Mail’ ensure that the abuses have occurred during more than a decadesince the veto was lifted in 2011 so that women could be part of the crew of the British submarine fleet, which includes four Vanguard ships armed with nuclear missiles.

Source: www.elmundo.es

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