In February 2017, former UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn resigned from the party after it emerged he had been secretly recorded having sex with a 16-year-old girl.
The Labour Party said it would have no further comment on the matter.
Now, a new group of women, including two who were colleagues of Mr Corbyn, have come forward to accuse him of sexually assaulting them as young teenagers.
A petition demanding an investigation has been signed by more than 500,000 people.
They say they were sexually abused by Mr Corbyn and others in his office in his youth.
One woman, who is now 40 and lives in Germany, was a member of the Labour Youth Group, a group of young women who worked in Mr Corbyn’s office.
She says she was taken to a meeting where he showed her pornographic images and told her that he was a “good boy” who was “good for her”.
She says he then made a sexual advance towards her.
She was then taken to his home where he sexually assaulted her.
The other woman, from the same group, says she worked in the same office with Mr Corbyn as a teenager and that she too was sexually assaulted by him.
“I remember the day I met him as a student, he was in my first year of university, and I was very shy,” she said.
“At the time, I was scared and didn’t really want to talk about it.
I was quite naïve at the time.”
Mr Corbyn denies the allegations.
In a letter to his supporters, he wrote: “I am not a paedophile.
I have been married to a woman for over 30 years, and we have a daughter together.
I am proud of our family and I am not in any way connected with paedophiles.”
Mr Trudeau, the former Liberal leader, has also come under fire for an alleged sexual assault.
In the early 2000s, he had a relationship with an unnamed woman who worked at his office.
“It was not sexual, it was consensual.
I don’t know if you saw the news, but that woman, I believe, was my wife,” he said.
In January 2018, Ms Trudeau announced her resignation from politics and from public life.
“The time has come to let go and to move on with my life.” “
The former prime minister said he was “horrified” by the allegations and called for an independent inquiry. “
The time has come to let go and to move on with my life.”
The former prime minister said he was “horrified” by the allegations and called for an independent inquiry.
“No politician, leader or journalist should ever have to face this kind of personal attack,” he wrote in a statement.
In the coming days and weeks, I will be making further comments about the issue, and will make no further comments at this time.”