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Rape victims go to MPs

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Rape victims go to MPs

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Two British women who helped free a man accused of raping them have had their case taken to a British minister for Caribbean affairs.
Furthermore, one of two MPs, who have met the minister on the issue,?has questioned the safety of British tourists on the island.
Dr Rachel Turner, of Hertfordshire, and Diane Davies, of Anglesey, were raped within days of each other in 2010.
Barbadian Derick Crawford, 47, was charged with the rapes, but the case was dismissed last month.
According to a report by the BBC, MPs Stephen McPartland and Albert Owen were meeting minister Mark Simmonds. (GE)