Former employees at musician’s One Campaign allege they were ‘treated worse than dogs’
The anti-poverty campaign co-founded by Bono is being threatened with legal action by former employees who say they were bullied by a senior official for almost four years and that their complaints were not dealt with properly.
The One Campaign, created in 2004 to fight extreme poverty and preventable diseases, launched an investigation after a group of former employees from its Johannesburg office tweeted allegations of management misconduct, claiming that some staff in Africa were “treated worse than dogs”.
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Sea ice has hit record lows for time of year as experts say global warming probably fueled big storms in Europe and north-eastern US
The Arctic winter has ended with more news that is worrying even the scientists who watch the effects of climate change closely.
The region experienced its warmest winter on record. Sea ice hit record lows for the time of year, new US weather data revealed on Tuesday.
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Singer Joss Stone asks woman from Bristol to collect musical instruments for refugees in Djibouti.
Comedian Stephen Colbert is no laughing matter, according to House Intelligence Committee head Devin Nunes, who said his jokes are a “danger.” He accused Democrats of using Hollywood to deflect evidence of their own wrongdoings.
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Closure of traditional nightclubs in capital a key factor in rise in number of unlicensed events
The number of illegal raves in London has soared, police figures reveal, with a steep decline in the number of nightclubs in the capital one of the key causes.
The number of unlicensed raves in London, often held in warehouses or abandoned buildings, has nearly doubled since 2016.