Are charity CEOs hypocrites?

Are charity CEOs hypocrites?

A recent report from Oxfam found that eight billionaires have riches equivalent to the wealth of the world’s poorest 3.6billion people.

On the same day that it was released the contributing editor of The Mail on Sunday, Ian Birrell, tweeted: “Oxfam is complaining about inequality & high corporate pay today. It hands one US executive more than $500,000 a year. #hypocrites.”  

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