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“All the complaints received were assessed and reviewed for any indication of misconduct,” the Met said. “A proportion that were deemed appropriate for further examination were carefully considered as part of a thorough investigation . . . This took place over the course of a year, included the examination of hundreds of documents and throughout this period the complainant was given regular updates. The investigation found no case to answer on any of the allegations.”

I wonder if any claims of discrimination brought by women were ever so thoroughly investigated and, if so, how they ended up.