Emma Corlett says:
“The whole point of the campaign was that people were brave enough to come forward and talk about their experiences. So for someone to come forward and say it is not true is quite offensive. We are keen for them [NSFT] to engage with the campaign and hear from people the reality of what is going on.”
A spokesman for NSFT says:
“… it is counter-productive for our critics to resort to rhetoric and vague accusations that have no basis in fact.”
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