Save the Children confirms £100,000 Harbottle legal fees over sexual harassment claims

Media firm instructed by Save the Children following sexual harassment allegations earlier this year

Harbottle & Lewis was paid more than £100,000 in “media-related legal fees” by Save the Children following allegations of sexual harassment by the charity’s staff earlier this year.

The charity released the figures after it was accused earlier this year of spending money donated by the public on lawyers to “shut down” media reporting of harassment claims.

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