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Usman Khan: The London Bridge attacker was “watched by MI5, but not under constant surveillance”

Usman Khan and eight other jihadist aspirants, inspired by Al Qaeda, have planned to train in Pakistan and gain experience in conducting repeated Kashmir attacks. for the launch of mumbai-style atrocities in Britain.

The 2012 minutes indicated that the list of targets to be reached was the US Embassy, ​​the Stock Exchange, the Palace of Westminster, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, the London Eye, the synagogues and the seat of the Church of Scientology of London. Pubs and public washrooms in the Stoke-on-Trent area.

The group was spotted early by MI5, who searched their homes and cars and arrested them before they could commit attacks.

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Judge Wilkie, who sentenced them in 2012, described what had taken place as “a serious, long-term terrorist venture that could have resulted in atrocities in Britain”. He added that Khan and two others appeared to be the “most serious” terrorists in the group.

The question now is how, despite all this, the 28-year-old Khan was free and able to run wild, armed with knives and dressed in a false suicide waistcoat, sowing terror and stabbing several people, killing two people at London Bridge. .

Khan was released under license in December 2018 from a reduced sentence on appeal. The independent understands that, as a recently released prisoner, he was under surveillance by MI5 but was not under constant surveillance. Such monitoring involves a number of security measures rather than tracking a target at any time.

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According to security officials, there was no reason to watch around the clock because nothing indicated that he had returned to terrorism.

“It is very difficult to prevent someone from buying a knife and carrying out an attack,” said a senior security official. “Nothing indicated that he was trying to lead an attack and we are obviously deploying resources according to the level of risk.”

“We have the same situation with jihadists returning from abroad; it would be very difficult to prevent them from using knives or cars to carry out attacks.

“The different aspects of sentencing are public documents, these are issues that have been settled by the courts as a result of judicial proceedings. However, we are faced with a situation in which a number of prisoners may be released as part of their sentence in the near future. “

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Property searches and interviews with connoisseurs of Khan do not indicate at this stage, according to security officials, that it was part of a larger plot, and no jihadist manifesto describing it. his action has not been found so far. But, they warn, this could change as the investigation continues.

The attack quickly led to accusations and political recriminations, as was the case two weeks before the general election.

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Everyone expects Donald Trump to have a say in this and the state of security in Britain when he travels to London for the 70th NATO Leaders’ Conference , next week.

Sadiq Khan, the Labor mayor, whom the US president has criticized more than once for supposedly allowing London to sink into lawlessness, has questioned the lack of resources due to conservative cuts. “You can not dissociate terrorism and security from cuts in police resources, probation and the tools available to judges.”

The Minister of Security, Brandon Lewis, did not want to know if the attack was the result of a failure of the authorities. He repeatedly refused to comment on the details of what had happened, but said that a more in-depth assessment of the sentences imposed on violent criminals was needed.

Mr Lewis argued that it would be “inappropriate and dangerous” to speculate on how Khan was able to arm himself even though he had a prison license. He told the BBC: “I think it’s fair that we should re-examine the sentences handed down … The Prime Minister has … already formulated this point and very clearly last night. We will want to act very quickly because our top priority is the safety of people across the country. “

Khan was in fact released under the Interior Ministry, Sajid Javid, under parole rules introduced by another conservative house secretary, Theresa May.

After being convicted by Judge Wilkie in February 2012, Khan was sentenced to up to eight years’ imprisonment for the protection of the population (IPP). The Court of Appeal quashed this indefinite sentence in April 2013 and replaced it with a 16-year sentence plus an extension of the five-year license term. .

Khan was released under the predecessor of Secretary of State for the Interior Priti Patel, Sajid Javid (PA)

At the hearing of the sentence, Lord Justice Leveson said: “There is no doubt that anyone found guilty of such an offense could be legitimately considered dangerous. There is an argument to conclude that anyone found guilty of such an offense should be encouraged to demonstrate that he can be released safely. such a decision should then be left to the Parole Board for review, shortly before the date on which release became possible. “

The Parole Board, however, emphasized that this had nothing to do with release. In a statement, he said: “Given the gravity of this attack, it is understandable that there is speculation about the release of the attacker in prison.

“The Parole Board can confirm that it has not contributed to the release of the individual identified as the attacker, who appears to have been automatically released under license (in accordance with the law), without ever being referred to the commission. “

According to some sources, Khan would have been released because he had agreed to wear a bracelet at the ankle. Whatever the case may be, Khan had spent 408 days in pre-trial detention, which was taken into account on the date of his release. He was eligible for release after serving half of his 16-year prison sentence, minus the time that he had already spent in pre-trial detention.

Khan’s lawyer, Vajahat Sharif, said his client had asked to join a de-radicalization program in prison after being disillusioned by Islamic extremism. He told the Guardian that extremists may have targeted him to be “rethought” after his release.

Robert Emerson, a security analyst, said that there would be much confusion in the public mind about the rules according to which those convicted of violent terrorist offenses are released. The government needs clarity and a more standardized and transparent early release procedure. “

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Young women who are forced to undergo sexism are “five times more likely to suffer from clinical depression”

A new study found that sexually active young women are five times more likely to suffer from clinical depression.

The report, produced by the Young Women Trust and University College London, examined the mental health of women who are victims of sexism and those who have been victims of it.

The researchers found that sexism in school, at work, on public transit, in taxis and beyond the home was more sexist than the 16-year-old age group. 30 years old, and that it was supported at higher rates than other ages.

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Some 82% of people who fought sexism reported being bullied on the street.

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A 25-year-old man from Northern Ireland was arrested for murder.

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36/50 October 22, 2019

Ships at sea before sunrise on the coast of Whitley Bay, Northumberland

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37/50 October 21, 2019

Hundreds of students participate in the traditional Raisin Monday moss battle on St. Salvator’s Lower College Lawn at the University of St Andrews in Fife. This messy exhibition is the culmination of a weekend of festivities where the early years thank their older students, the “parents”, for sponsoring them.

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38/50 October 20, 2019

The Wales players celebrate after defeating France in the quarterfinals of the Rugby World Cup in Japan. Warren Gatland’s team had to fight after France’s quick start but took advantage of the poor discipline of their rivals to enter the semi-final, 20-19

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39/50 October 19, 2019

People gather in London to join Say’s final march for the people’s vote

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40/50 October 18, 2019

Protesters go to Whitehall, London, during a protest against the rebellion against climate change

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41/50 October 17, 2019

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson shake hands at a press conference after agreeing on an agreement on Brexit in Brussels

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42/50 October 16, 2019

A man walks his dog through fallen leaves at Clarkes Gardens, Allerton in Liverpool

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43/50 October 15, 2019

Police take away activist as demonstrators of the Extinction rebellion block a road with a caravan in central London

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44/50 October 14, 2019

Queen Elizabeth II sits with Prince Charles on the throne of the sovereign before delivering the Queen’s speech at the opening of Parliament

AFP

45/50 October 13, 2019

British Joe Fraser competes on parallel bars at the World Gymnastics Championships in Stuttgart, Germany. He won GB’s second gold medal with his victory. The 20-year-old from Birmingham scored 15.0, then saw a series of rivals fail to match his total.

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46/50 October 12, 2019

The St Helens players celebrate with the trophy after winning the grand final of the Super League at Old Trafford in Manchester. They beat the Salford Red Devils 23-6

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47/50 October 11, 2019

Richard Ratcliffe, husband of the Anglo-Iranian humanitarian worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, imprisoned in Tehran since 2016, is holding his daughter Gabriella at a press conference in London. Their five-year-old daughter is back in Britain after making the “bitter-sweet” decision to take her home.

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48/50 October 10, 2019

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson at Thornton Manor. Their meeting focused on other Brexit proposals

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49/50 October 9, 2019

Wales survived a terrible scare against Fiji to qualify for the quarter-finals of the rugby world cup. Warren Gatland’s team recovered a 10-0 deficit thanks to a hat trick from Josh Adams

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50/50 October 8, 2019

The protesters nicknamed the Red Rebels at Millbank, at the crossroads of Great College Street, during a demonstration against the Westminster extinction rebellion

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1/50 November 26, 2019

SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon plays with local children during a visit to Jelly Tots & Cookies Play Cafe in Uddingston, South Lanarkshire.

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2/50 November 25, 2019

Prime Minister Boris Johnson poses with sheep during his visit to the Royal Welsh Showground, in Llanelwedd, Builth Wells, while he was on the general election campaign runway.

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3/50 November 24, 2019

Cush Jumbo participates in the 65th Evening Standard Theater Awards at the London Coliseum

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4/50 23 November 2019

Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn meets a sympathizer in a train on his return from a visit to Sheffield

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5/50 22 November 2019

Gallery assistants adjust ‘The Ancient Town of Uglich & # 39; from Konstantin Yuon, 1913, estimated between £ 600,000 and £ 800,000, during a press preview of the sale of works by some of the most prominent creators of Russian art at Sotheby’s & # 39; in London

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6/50 21 November 2019

A mother seal appears to be kissing her puppy while gray seals are returning to the Donna Nook National Nature Reserve in Lincolnshire, where they come every year in late fall and in winter to put down.

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7/50 November 20, 2019

After the departure of Mauricio Pochettino, Jose Mourinho, new head coach of Tottenham, takes charge of his first training

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8/50 November 19, 2019

Prime Minister Boris Johnson during a visit to Jimmy Egan’s boxing academy in Wythenshawe, while he was in the election campaign before the parliamentary elections

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9/50 November 18, 2019

Mist on Buttermere Lake in the Lake District

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10/50 November 17, 2019

Stefanos Tsitsipas raises winners’ trophy after defeating Dominic Thiem at ATP World Tour Finals tennis tournament in London

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11/50 November 16, 2019

The Duke of York, speaking for the first time of his ties with Jeffrey Epstein in an interview with Emily Maitlis of BBC Newsnight

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12/50 November 15, 2019

The indigenous Brazilian leader, Kreta Kaingang of the Kaingang people, holds a petition letter with more than 200,000 signatures calling on the British government to suspend trade negotiations with Brazil until the Amazon and its people are protected, while posing in front of 10 Downing Street

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13/50 November 14, 2019

The new exhibition by Anselm Kiefer, which covers the four spaces and the corridor of the White Cube Bermondsey Gallery, includes a painting and a large-scale installation.

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14/50 November 13, 2019

Jeremy Corbyn, union leader, wears a pair of mittens with the inscription “Pick Pam,” referring to Labor MP Pam Duncan-Glancy (not shown) as he goes to the Heart of Scotstoun Community Center. in Glasgow

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15/50 November 12, 2019

Stained glass curator Sam Kelly inspects stained glass windows Angeli Laudantes and Angeli Ministrantes at Salisbury Cathedral, while the restoration, window cleaning and restoration work in 1879 begins.

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16/50 November 11, 2019

Floods in Fishlake Village near Doncaster after 24 hours of rain

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17/50 November 10, 2019

Supermarine Spitfire fighter, member of World War II, flies over white cliffs of Dover during Remembrance Sunday celebrations

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18/50 November 9, 2019

Snowfall at Glyn Ceiriog near Llangollen in Denbighshire

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19/50 November 8, 2019

Scottish National Party candidates including SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford (center left) and Nicola Sturgeon (center) with a message to Brexit at the launch of the party’s election campaign in Edinburgh

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20/50 November 7, 2019

Delivery truck stuck in flood waters at Coston Ford, Leicestershire, after heavy rains in the area

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21/50 November 6, 2019

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson makes a statement to announce the general election at Downing Street in London, UK

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22/50 November 5, 2019

Liberal Democratic leader Jo Swinson expresses at the launch of the election campaign at the Institute of Civil Engineers of London

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23/50 November 4, 2019

Pelicans at St James’s Park in Central London

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24/50 November 3, 2019

Dancers Perform Ghoomar Mass Dance at Diwali Celebration in Trafalgar Square, London

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25/50 November 2, 2019

Activists listen to SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon speak at a rally calling for the independence of Scotland in Glasgow

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26/50 November 1, 2019

Police and clerks remove a damaged bus from the scene of the Sevenoaks Road accident in south-east London. A man suspected of causing death by dangerous driving after the death of one person and 15 others injured was arrested

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27/50 October 31, 2019

Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is making moves to launch the party’s election campaign in South London. Britain will go to the polls on December 12

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28/50 October 30, 2019

Nicola Sturgeon, SNP chief, joins Alyn Smith, SNP candidate in Stirling, Made in Stirling Store and Creative Hub, during the general election campaign.

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29/50 October 29, 2019

1264 locomotive travels a fall scene along the North York Moors National Park

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30/50 October 28, 2019

Paul Hayes of Lower Lydbrook transports the children to the mainland after the breakup of the Wye River and the village of Gloucestershire

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31/50 October 27, 2019

Cosplayers on the third day of Comic Con in London

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32/50 October 26, 2019

English fans celebrate after their victory over New Zealand in the semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup in Japan. Eddie Jones’s team won 19-7

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33/50 October 25, 2019

Meerkats at Safari Park Blair Drummond, Stirling, are investigating a carved pumpkin as the park celebrates National Pumpkin Day on Saturday, October 26th.

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34/50 October 24, 2019

A giant inflatable monster, created by artists Filthy Luker and Pedro Estrellas, is unveiled in Manchester before the city’s annual Halloween celebrations

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35/50 23 October 2019

Thirty-nine bodies were found in a truck in Essex County, police said.

The discovery of 38 adults and one teenager was made in an industrial area of ​​Thurrock.

Police said they thought the truck was coming from Bulgaria and had entered the UK in Holyhead, Wales on Saturday.

Police in Essex said she had opened an investigation for murder after her agents were called to the Waterglade Industrial Park in Grays on Wednesday morning.

A 25-year-old man from Northern Ireland was arrested for murder.

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36/50 October 22, 2019

Ships at sea before sunrise on the coast of Whitley Bay, Northumberland

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37/50 October 21, 2019

Hundreds of students participate in the traditional Raisin Monday moss battle on St. Salvator’s Lower College Lawn at the University of St Andrews in Fife. This messy exhibition is the culmination of a weekend of festivities where the early years thank their older students, the “parents”, for sponsoring them.

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38/50 October 20, 2019

The Wales players celebrate after defeating France in the quarterfinals of the Rugby World Cup in Japan. Warren Gatland’s team had to fight after France’s quick start but took advantage of the poor discipline of their rivals to enter the semi-final, 20-19

Reuters

39/50 October 19, 2019

People gather in London to join Say’s final march for the people’s vote

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40/50 October 18, 2019

Protesters go to Whitehall, London, during a protest against the rebellion against climate change

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41/50 October 17, 2019

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson shake hands at a press conference after agreeing on an agreement on Brexit in Brussels

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42/50 October 16, 2019

A man walks his dog through fallen leaves at Clarkes Gardens, Allerton in Liverpool

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43/50 October 15, 2019

Police take away activist as demonstrators of the Extinction rebellion block a road with a caravan in central London

Reuters

44/50 October 14, 2019

Queen Elizabeth II sits with Prince Charles on the throne of the sovereign before delivering the Queen’s speech at the opening of Parliament

AFP

45/50 October 13, 2019

British Joe Fraser competes on parallel bars at the World Gymnastics Championships in Stuttgart, Germany. He won GB’s second gold medal with his victory. The 20-year-old from Birmingham scored 15.0, then saw a series of rivals fail to match his total.

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46/50 October 12, 2019

The St Helens players celebrate with the trophy after winning the grand final of the Super League at Old Trafford in Manchester. They beat the Salford Red Devils 23-6

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47/50 October 11, 2019

Richard Ratcliffe, husband of the Anglo-Iranian humanitarian worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, imprisoned in Tehran since 2016, is holding his daughter Gabriella at a press conference in London. Their five-year-old daughter is back in Britain after making the “bitter-sweet” decision to take her home.

AFP / Getty

48/50 October 10, 2019

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson at Thornton Manor. Their meeting focused on other Brexit proposals

EPA / Noel Mullen

49/50 October 9, 2019

Wales survived a terrible scare against Fiji to qualify for the quarter-finals of the rugby world cup. Warren Gatland’s team recovered a 10-0 deficit thanks to a hat trick from Josh Adams

AFP / Getty

50/50 October 8, 2019

The protesters nicknamed the Red Rebels at Millbank, at the crossroads of Great College Street, during a demonstration against the Westminster extinction rebellion

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She said: “What is too often dismissed by the lack of confidence of young women, is actually a mental health crisis caused by a sexist society. Sexism profoundly affects the lives of young women, their economic freedom and their health.

“This is why the next government must take urgent and concerted action to prevent even more young women from being harassed and sexually abused, as well as the long-term harm that it can cause. not only to recognize the damage caused by sexism.

“We need mainstream services that help young women with poor mental health to be sexually examined every day so that they can sensitively interview them about their experiences of gender-based discrimination, abuse and violence, and then provide them with support and signage. “One of the members of our advisory committee pointed out in the report:” Sexism is at the center of your mind and if you try to ignore it without fixing it, it gets worse and the problems spread to other areas of your life “.

Ms. Walker explained that adult mental health services for mixed sex were often not accessible or adapted, and called for more specialized mental health services for young women, with investments to fight against violence against young women and girls.

The research, which interviewed 2995 people aged 16 to 93, defined sexism as a feeling of insecurity, avoiding certain places, being insulted or threatened, or physically assaulted as a result of sexual intercourse.

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One of the young women interviewed, who chose to remain anonymous, said, “From my personal point of view, I struggled with stress and anxiety partly because of the sexism I experienced at the workplace. job.

“I dreaded going to work every morning, and my mental and physical health hurt, and I became the shell of the person I was before.”

Women aged 16 to 30 who had endured sexism reported even higher levels of psychological distress, even four years later. The researchers stated that this demonstrated the “devastating impact” on mental health over time.

Vicki Nash, Mind’s Charity for Mind Mental Health, said, “We know that discrimination, harassment and trauma of all kinds can lead to the onset of mental health issues. This report shows how specific experiences of sexism can have a real and detrimental impact on mental well-being and should be taken into account when women seek support.

It is also why it is essential that people have access to the mental health services they need when they need them. Every day we hear from women with mental health issues who are struggling to get the right help, even though one in five women suffer from a common mental health problem, such as depression, and that experiences of sexism can increase this risk. “

Ms. Nash argued that too many women in the UK do not have “inadequate to meet their needs” mental health services, adding that it is vital that women are not “traumatized again” in their lives. being placed in a mixed unit.

Gemma Rosenblatt, of the Fawcett Society’s women’s rights organization, said the research findings showed “the shocking impact” of sexism has on young women’s mental health.

She added, “Sexism should not be considered insignificant or joking. Since young women, like here, feel threatened, threatened or physically attacked because of their sex, it is time for society to act. Treating the consequences of sexism is not good enough – we need to prevent this from happening. “

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