People's Vote chief stands down after harassment claims

People's Vote chief stands down after harassment claims
 

The acting chief executive of the People’s Vote campaign has stepped down while an investigation takes place into allegations of harassment towards female staff, it has emerged.
In the latest development in the implosion of the second referendum campaign, Patrick Heneghan, a former head of campaigns for the Labour party, has been accused of acting inappropriately towards three female staff members while working within another anti-Brexit campaign group.
Heneghan, who denies the claims, has opted to stand down while they are investigated by an independent team of lawyers. It comes with... read more

 
9 November 2019 in Politics, Views: 60
Source: Guardian
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