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Trinity Hall sorry for handling of sexual misconduct claims

University of Cambridge college publishes report that finds “errors” in responses to complaints

Trinity Hall, a University of Cambridge college, has apologised for the way in which it has handled several allegations of sexual misconduct.

On 8 September the college released the findings of an independent inquiry into the response to several allegations of sexual harassment. The investigation was launched in March 2020 after the allegations were made public by Tortoise Media in February 2020.

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