A new report into aid workers sexually abusing women and children in developing countries found the charity sector didn't do enough to tackle the issue
Andrew MacLeod says Oxfam, Brendan Cox and Justin Forsyth cases must not be conflated - but they highlight underlying problems
Mark Goldring spoke to MPs and revealed roughly 7,000 people have cancelled regular Oxfam donations
Former international development secretary says Oxfam scandal is 'tip of the iceberg'
Nigel Evans says today is 'judgement day' for Mark Goldring
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'
Hurricane Irma has already created devastation across the Caribbean, while Mexico was rocked by a major earthquake overnight and will be hit by Hurricane Katia this weekend
A report by Oxfam has claimed that just eight men have the same amount of wealth as 3.6 billion people
James Bond's exclusive Rolex is expected to fetch around £170,000