"May constitute"? Be real, there have been no charges, ever.Lying about being on the pill would may constitute an offence at s4 of the Sexual Offences Act
Lying about being raped is a staight up pervert the course of justice.
Consent is justifiably quite important in terms of the issue of the regulation of sexual behaviour.
"Lying about being raped is a staight up pervert the course of justice." and yet a probbie at ZY with an appallingly bad CTC failure rate and empty pages in her record of work, having scored 23% on her final exam, and having been told she was being made redundant having failed her probation, accused 32 colleagues of rape, five of whom were not even in the service or on the division at the time, admits, a year later, malicious allegations due to panic at being sacked. Keeps her job and gets the posting of her choice so as not to discourage other female employees from claiming to have been raped, all with the commissioners and CPS sanction.
BTW Boumer, grow a pair and quote my post in future when you reply