Entertainment

Karla Souza, star of 'How to Get Away With Murder,' alleges she was raped by director

Karla Souza of “How to Get Away with Murder” fame said she was raped early in her career by a director in Mexico.

World

But what about the aid worker?

Cambridge Professor Mary Beard's tweets about the Oxfam scandal expose the violence and fragility of white feminism.

World

Greece: Parliament debates investigation over pharma scandal

Greek lawmakers are debating whether to launch an investigation into 10 senior politicians — including two former prime ministers, the current central bank governor and a European commissioner — over allegations they were involved in a pharmaceutical

United Kingdom

Save the Children apologises after former chief executive admits to 'unsuitable' behaviour with female colleagues

'I recognise that on a few occasions I had unsuitable and thoughtless conversations with colleagues, which I now know caused offence and hurt,' says Justin Forsyth

Politics

Rattled Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn threatens free Press as he dodges spy scandal questions

JEREMY Corbyn threatened to clamp down on Britain’s free Press as he continued to dodge Czech spy scandal questions. The Labour leader ducked out of a grilling by newspapers and TV over links to Jan Sarkocy, an ex-spy for the former Communist regime. It

Entertainment

GUESS co-founder relinquishes day-to-day responsibilities following Kate Upton misconduct allegations

Just weeks after Kate Upton accused GUESS co-founder Paul Marciano of sexual misconduct, the company has announced that he’s relinquishing his daily operations at the company until the completion of an internal investigation.

World

Second children's hospital poised to reverse decision and keep Presidents Club funds

A second children’s hospital is reconsidering its decision to hand back a hefty donation from the Presidents Club in the wake of the harassment scandal, it is claimed.

Africa

Oxfam sexual abuse scandal is built on the aid industry’s white saviour mentality | Afua Hirsch

I’ve seen for myself how agencies operate, and the toxic and exploitative relationships that can so easily developA century ago doctors began to take notice of a disturbing condition affecting white men in “the tropics”. These men, hard at work with

Sport

Louisville to vacate 2013 basketball title as sex scandal punishment

Louisville must vacate its 2013 men's basketball title following an NCAA appeals panel's decision to uphold sanctions against the men's program in the sex scandal case.

Sport

Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky tested positive for Winter Olympics doping, ROC says

Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky, the husband of the woman dubbed an "Angelina Jolie lookalike," may be stripped of his Olympic medal after he failed a doping test -- the latest positive test after a country-wide doping scandal that led to Russia's

United Kingdom

Number of Rotherham child sex abuse victims raised to 1,500

An inquiry into the Rotherham scandal has identified 110 suspects.

Entertainment

Blac Chyna sex tape leaks: Rob Kardashian's ex at centre of revenge porn scandal over explicit footage

Since the latest leak on Monday morning, TMZ claimed that Chyna and her attorneys are planning on taking legal action.

United Kingdom

Will people cancel their monthly Oxfam donations and what did boss Mark Goldring say about the sex scandal?

SINCE news broke of the sex scandal in Haiti Oxfam has been working hard to retain vital funding from government and supporters. A series of resignations and apologies have come from headquarters as some people question if they should continue donating to

Business

Deeper scandal at Carillion was Pension Regulator's inaction

Regulator had front-row seat but failed to use powers to intervene before firm went bustFrank Field is right to castigate the directors of Carillion for being “contemptuous” of their obligations to the company’s pensioners. The picture of what happe

Business

Smooth transition from scandal-hit Libor in 2021 'highly unlikely', banks warned 

Banks need to start preparing for the death of Libor in 2021 or a smooth transition away from the scandal-hit benchmark will be "highly unlikely" and pose considerable risks, a consultancy has warned.

Politics

Disgraced Oxfam bosses face a mauling from ex-Secretary of State for International Development Priti Patel over sex scandal

THE DISGRACED bosses of Oxfam face a Commons mauling by ex-Aid Secretary Priti Patel – as the Foreign Affairs Committee prepares an investigation into the charity. Tom Tugenhadt – the Tory chair of a cross-party Committee which counts Ms Patel in

United Kingdom

Nicola Sturgeon warns Oxfam sex scandal should not be used as 'cover' for foreign aid cuts

Scottish First Minister makes the comments as Theresa May attacks the behaviour of the charity's staff

Business

Wetherspoon’s steak supplier Russell Hume goes into administration after major meat scandal

RUSSELL Hume, the meat supplier at the centre of a major meat scandal, has gone into administration, blaming food watchdogs for the way the situation was handled. The firm supplied meat to the Wetherspoon’s pub chain, Jamie Oliver restaurants, Hilto

World

Russell Hume goes into administration, blaming the FSA for overreacting to 'fake steak' scandal

Russell Hume, the meat supplier at the centre of a major meat scandal has gone into administration, blaming food watchdogs for handling the situation badly.

Politics

Oxfam Haiti Scandal Report Reveals Men Physically Threatened Witnesses

AnOxfamreport has revealed how three men accused of sexual misconduct in Haiti physically threatened witnesses during an internal investigation.The charityreleased a redacted version of the findingsof a 2011 report after a leaked copy was published on Sun

World

Russian Olympics team in shock over Games doping scandal

A Russian Olympic medallist has left the Pyeongchang Winter Games on suspicion of doping, a team official said Monday.

World

Two-thirds of Australians want deputy PM to resign over sex scandal: poll

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Two-thirds of Australian voters want Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce to resign following his extramarital affair with his former press secretary, a poll showed on Monday, adding pressure on a government already fractured by the sca

United Kingdom

Oxfam Haiti scandal: Suspects 'physically threatened' witnesses

The charity has for the first time published a 2011 report on sexual misconduct claims in Haiti.

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