'Enough is enough' - Refuge on UK Met Police scandal

STORY: London's Metropolitan Police, which has been rocked by scandals in recent years, was plunged into further crisis after David Carrick, 48, admitted carrying out 24 counts of rape over almost two decades while serving as a police officer while his colleagues missed chances to stop him.

"We know that the Met has now acknowledged they're investigating over a thousand officers to sexual misconduct or domestic abuse allegations that it makes them and they're revisiting every single one of their officers. This is not one or two bad apples. This is a rotten orchard. This is a whole scale problem for the police in London and nationally" said Ruth Davison, CEO of women's charity Refuge.