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Glastonbury will stick with Oxfam after abuse scandal

Glastonbury will stick with Oxfam after abuse scandal
The charity Oxfam have recently been dragged down in scandal, after it emerged that aid workers in Haiti abused the local women / girls and paid for sex. People have started dropping their donations and one high profile ambassador has quit. It’s worth pointing out that this seven year old scandal resurfaced shortly after the charity criticised the government and public figures campaigned for cuts to foreign aid…
 
Either way, Oxfam are in trouble. But Glastonbury, who have raised millions for the charity, are going to continue working with them and they have a very sensible reason why.
 
Here’s Emily Eavis:

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