Britain's 'most colourful' charity boss should tone it down in Westminster hearing, PRs advise

Camila Batmanghelidjh, the charismatic founder of the collapsed charity Kids Company, faces a grilling from a Westminster committee hearing tomorrow - and PRs say she needs to keep calm and concentrate on facts when questioned by the MPs.

by Meredith Berger
'Colourful': Batmanghelidjh pictured in 2008 (Credit: Garry Knight via flickr)
'Colourful': Batmanghelidjh pictured in 2008 (Credit: Garry Knight via flickr)

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