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Haiti's government has withdrawn Oxfam GB's right to work in the country after allegations of sexual misconduct by the charity's staff. Oxfam was plunged into crisis in February when it emerged some of its workers engaged in "sex parties" with prostitutes in the aftermath of 2010's earthquake in the Caribbean…
A hospice boss who used the charity's credit to spend more than £90,000 on suits, designer Mont Blanc pens and luxury hotels has been jailed for four years. Graham Leggatt-Chidgey, 63, would not allow other staff at Butterwick Hospice to open the credit card bills and put the personal expenditure…
People with learning disabilities helped to deliver a custom-made pair of shoes to the Prime Minister in a bid to encourage Government officials to better understand their lives. The unusual delivery was organised by Hft, a national charity supporting adults with learning disabilities, which has launched a Walk In Our…
The parents of baby Charlie Gard, who died after being at the centre of a High Court treatment battle, have launched a foundation to provide a "brighter future" for other sick children. Connie Yates and Chris Gard (pictured) say the Charlie Gard Foundation aims to invest in research and provide…
A new pink tartan created to raise funds for cancer research has been modelled by the First Minister. Nicola Sturgeon was presented with a Friends of Cancer Research UK scarf, designed by fundraiser Elaine Monro and created by Lochcarron of Scotland. Profits from the sale of a range of products…
A children's charity is urging tech giants to take urgent action to protect youngsters from predators after it found more than half of 12-year-olds have livestreamed videos online. A YouGov survey carried out for Barnardo's found that 57% of 12-year-olds and more than one in four children aged 10 (28%)…
Save the Children failed to inform Unicef that its former chief executive had been investigated over alleged sexual misconduct before moving to the UN agency, the charity's former chairman has told MPs. Sir Alan Parker said Unicef was not told about the investigation into Justin Forsyth (pictured), conducted by an…
Oxfam's chief executive has resigned from the charity in the wake of its sex scandal in Haiti. Mark Goldring announced on Wednesday he would stand down from Oxfam GB at the end of the year in order to allow fresh leadership to navigate past recent criticism. He rejoined Oxfam in…
The Royal Voluntary Service is pledging to increase support in the NHS as it celebrates its 80th anniversary. The organisation was founded in 1938 as the Women's Voluntary Service, to help recruit women into the Air Raid Precautions (ARP) movement and help civilians during and after air raids. The RVS…
The chief executive of the Breast Cancer Care charity has called for a free hotline which helped thousands of women after the recent screening scandal to be saved from cutbacks. Samia al Qadhi said the charity had been "devastated" after having to cut its helpline's opening hours earlier this year…
Four out of five young mothers feel lonely after having a baby and meet their friends less often, a new study shows. Research by the Co-op found that many mothers under the age of 30 feel too tired to go out, or simply want to stay with their baby. Almost…
Save the Children is to suspend bidding for cash from the taxpayer in the wake of the aid worker sex scandal. Chief executive Kevin Watkins said the charity has volunteered to withdraw temporarily from applying for new funding from the Department for International Development (DfID). Mr Watkins (pictured) said he…
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