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Charities scandal; male strippers; plane child free zones

Seven thousand regular donations to Oxfam have been cancelled since the scandal broke, is it an overreaction or were you one of them?

About 7,000 people have stopped making regular donations to Oxfam since it emerged some of its staff used prostitutes in Haiti. Oxfam boss Mark Goldring apologised to the International Development Committee for the damage done to people in Haiti and the wider efforts of aid workers.
Save the Children's Kevin Watkins also gave evidence, saying his charity had investigated 53 allegations in 2016.
7,000 regular donations to Oxfam have been cancelled since the scandal broke, is it an overreaction or were you one of them?

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