Oxfam is without doubt only the start of this one. Distressing to relate, the whole sector is riddled with abuses, of money as well as people, but it's always been "all too difficult" for anything to be done. The UN agencies are the worst, particularly the ones carrying guns: across the world the famous light blue beret - as worn by rag-tag armies acting as UN "peacekeepers" - brings bad news for the womenfolk. And we now learn the Oxfam scandal extends even to children serving in their charity shops!
Fitting material for a mighty new global #MeToo2 ... but are we really holding our collective breath for it? Any more than we are expecting the corps of saintly feminist-activists to launch a meaningful campaign against FGM, or the US entertainment industry to initiate a major exposé of the behaviour of hip-hop artists towards young ladies. No; all too difficult. We had better just keep our social commentary to ourselves.