NSPCC says sorry after cutting ties with transgender model Munroe Bergdorf

A charity that cut ties with a transgender model just days after revealing her as the face of one of its campaigns has issued an apology.

The NSPCC ended its relationship with Munroe Bergdorf on Friday, two days after announcing she would be part of a three-month LGBTQ+ campaign.

Ms Bergdorf had tweeted to say she was “proud to be announced as @childline’s first LGBT+ campaigner”, before the charity ended its association with her.

NSPCC chief executive Peter Wanless said he has now given a “full, frank and unreserved apology” to the…
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