If the claims against Comic Relief about investing in tobacco, alcohol and arms firms are shown to be true then this will just be one more example of how many charities use celebrities to lull the general public into assuming they are supporting a worthwhile cause.
SAVE THE CHILDREN
If the claims against Save The Children about refusing to run campaigns on fuel poverty that might upset their energy company partners are true, then it will add weight to our theory that many charities are simply big businesses and should have their charitable status removed.
As we suggested before, perhaps Comic Relief should abandon the traditional red nose logo for a new one. May we suggest a red face!!!
The programme will be shown on BBC One, Tuesday 10 December 2013 at 22:35.
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