Many accused of abuse were still able to gain jobs in the aid sector
Executive director Winnie Byanyima has said damning sexual exploitation allegations are a 'stain' on the charity
Talks will be held on how sexual exploitation and abuse can be tackled
Patel says Goldring's position is 'untenable' and ridicules suggestions that her attack on Oxam is driven by party politics
Minnie Driver has said she is 'nothing short of horrified by the allegations against Oxfam International'
Alex Wild, of the Taxpayers' Alliance, said we need action after Oxfam sex allegations
Helen Evans says she once heard three allegations in 24 hours - but bosses did nothing
MacLeod also says the UN has been covering up this issue for years
Oxfam denies cover-up, but Penny Mordaunt says charity will lose partnership status if they don't display 'moral leadership'
Bartolo Hernandez and Julio Estrada smuggled Cuban players into the US with false documents
The storm - now a category one hurricane - is expected to brush North Carolina on Wednesday
Mesac Damas reportedly said at a hearing that he loves his wife and children the most out of anyone
Leon Sealey-Huggins claims countries like Haiti would be able to protect themselves better if they were given a greater share of the world's resources
Christian Aid have been helping locals in Haiti and the Dominican Republic to find shelter
Emergencies have been declared and many people are being evacuated in preparation for the storm
As Hurricane Matthew continues, some Twitter users have clearly asked themselves 'what better time to get a picture?'
The first Hurricane Matthew-related death has been confirmed by officials in Florida, as the storm rages on
Theme parks shut their doors while huge waves smashed into coastal areas
Oenone Chadburn, the humanitarian director at Tearfund, reveals the huge challenge facing rescue workers
Hurricane Matthew made landfall in Haiti today
The hurricane has hit Haiti and some out at sea have already been killed by the storm, authorities have urged people to secure their houses