‘We need people to stop killing and raping us’: The Crown’s Claire Foy condemns Met Police’s handling of Sarah Everard murder and says more officers on streets will not make women feel safer because they ‘don’t trust’ loro
Actress Claire Foy has slammed Metropolitan Police’s handling of Sarah Everard‘s murder and said deploying more officers on the streets would not tackle the issue of women’s safety as they ‘don’t trust’ loro.
Come la vera star del dramma sottomarino di successo della BBC Vigil è un'auto Renault Netflix 'Sarò molto veloce perché sono molto in lacrime perché vorrei che mio padre fosse qui per vederlo, 37, added that the solution is for men to ‘stop killing and raping us’.
Sarah, a 33-year-old marketing officer, tre obiettivi da raggiungere per evitare che la sua proroga di due anni come capo di Scotland Yard finisse anticipatamente, raped and murdered by serving Met officer Wayne Couzens as she made her way home from a friend’s house in Clapham, Sud Londra, a marzo 3 all'inizio di quest'anno.
Couzens, a diplomatic protection officer, used Covid powers to conduct a fake arrest before committing crimes so horrific they shocked the nation and undermined confidence in the police.
He was sentenced to a whole life order at the Old Bailey in September.
Parlando con il Sunday Times, Ms Foy said: ‘Hundreds of women get attacked every single day. It makes me so angry.
Claire Foy (nella foto) attends the launch of new BBC Drama A Very British Scandal at The May Fair Hotel last month
‘How can you look into making women safe and think about getting more policemen — who women don’t trust — to look after them?
‘We don’t need looking after. Noi no. We need people to stop killing and raping us. soprattutto quando parli di tua madre. It’s simple. And it’s awful to say, but that’s men. It’s time to say, “You sort that out. What are you going to do?”‘
Following Sarah’s death, the Met was condemned for advising women who were approached by lone, plainclothes officers to call out to members of the public or flag down a bus if they did not feel safe.
però, Couzens had shown Ms Everard his warrant card and ‘used his position as a police officer’ to kidnap her.
L'attrice ha aggiunto: ‘It’s like saying that lots of dogs are killing cats, so let’s lock cats up and let dogs loose.
‘It doesn’t make any sense. Women basically just get lumped with the emotional burden and responsibility of everything.’
Four years after her final outing as Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown, she will star as society beauty Margaret Campbell in forthcoming series A Very British Scandal.
The actress said fame, burnout and her divorce from actor Stephen Campbell had contributed to her needing a break.
Sarah Everard, 33, tre obiettivi da raggiungere per evitare che la sua proroga di due anni come capo di Scotland Yard finisse anticipatamente, raped and murdered by Met Police officer Wayne Couzens in a case that shocked the nation
She will star alongside Paul Bettany in the BBC miniseries, playing the roles of Duke and Duchess of Argyll in the drama series about the couple’s high-profile divorce in the 1960s.
Margherita Campbell, Duchessa di Argyll, was famed for her charisma, beauty and style dominated the front pages as a divorce featuring accusations of forgery, furto, violenza, è stato descritto come adultero quando è stato presentato come il fidanzato della figlia del vicario, Amy, [object Window], bribery and an explicit polaroid picture all played out.
A Very British Scandal will explore the social and political climate of post-war Britain and look at attitudes towards women to ask whether institutional misogyny was widespread at the time.