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LAYING DOWN THE LAW Oxfam deputy quits over sex abuse as gov’t orders charities to come clean


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Title:LAYING DOWN THE LAW Oxfam deputy quits over sex abuse as gov’t orders charities to come clean
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PENNY Mordaunt ordered all British charities to admit what they know about sex abuse as the spiralling scandal claimed its first scalp. Oxfam’s deputy chief executive resigned after the Development Secretary hauled in the already under fire charity’s bosses. Penny Lawrence said she was “ashamed” about her staff’s prostitute orgies and abuse in Chad and then Haiti, and took the blame as programme director at the time. Under fire Oxfam chief Mark Goldring issued a grovelling apology “to the people of Britain and Haiti” during his grilling, Ms Mordaunt said. But after hauling the charity over the coals for covering up the sordid events, the Cabinet minister agreed not to cut off its £32million of government funding yet. Ms Mordaunt also wrote to all UK charities working overseas to insist they give her specific assurances that they have reported everything untoward to the relevant authorities. She also set up a new unit in her ministry to ensure all aid recipients are safeguarded from harm. The DFID Secretary added: “My absolute priority is to keep the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people safe from harm. “In the 21st century, it is utterly despicable that sexual exploitation and abuse continues to exist in the aid sector.” Oxfam also face a grilling later from the Charity Commission, who are furious they were not told the full story about the Haiti prostitutes scandal at the time it emerged in 2011. Announcing the Charity Commission's decision to open an inquiry into Oxfam, the regulator's deputy chief executive, David Holsworth, said: "Charities and dedicated, hard-working aid workers undertake vital, lifesaving work in some of the most difficult circumstances across the world. "However, the issues revealed in recent days are shocking and unacceptable. It is important that we take this urgent step to ensure that these matters can be dealt with fully and robustly." Calls were also growing for the Met Police to investigate, as it emerges Oxfam workers may have broken British laws about sex exploitation abroad. Campaigners suggested Oxfam bosses themselves could face criminal prosecution under Britain’s child sex tourism laws. Former UN official and founder of the Hear Their Cries campaign Andrew MacLeod argued there is “an arguable case they are aiding and abetting by turning a wilful blind eye”. The millionaire boss of one of Oxfam’s leading corporate partners, Innocent Smoothies chief Richard Reed, dubbed the abuse scandal as Oxfam’s “darkest hour”. The EU also threatened to strip Oxfam of its £40million a year funding to the charity - a tenth of its total annual income. In 2011 it added £1.5 million to Oxfam’s Haiti earthquake fund. EU officials are now probing whether any of their cash went towards the staff involved. A Commission spokeswoman said: “The European Commission expects its partners to abide by strict ethic and professional codes of conduct and principles. “We take a zero tolerance approach to any allegations of misconduct b
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