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Charity backs Dame Ann Gloag as she faces ‘malicious allegations’ of human trafficking


A charity which supports trafficked people spoke out yesterday in support of Dame Ann Gloag following the revelation that the Stagecoach tycoon has been charged with human trafficking offences.

The Open Door Foundation said it was ‘shocked and horrified’ to learn of the claims against its ‘long-time supporter and friend’ and insisted the allegations must be ‘malicious’.

Another charity founded by Dame Ann, Freedom from Fistula, which supports women in Africa who have been seriously injured during childbirth, said it would support her ‘in her decision to vigorously defend herself against these damaging claims’.

Dame Ann, who is estimated – along with her brother, Stagecoach co-founder Sir Brian Souter, 68 – to be worth £730million, was charged after an interview by police on Thursday.

A charity which supports trafficked people spoke out yesterday in support of Dame Ann Gloag following the revelation that the Stagecoach tycoon has been charged with human trafficking offences

A charity which supports trafficked people spoke out yesterday in support of Dame Ann Gloag following the revelation that the Stagecoach tycoon has been charged with human…



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