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Man quits from DfE board non executive role.

Man quits from DfE board non executive role.

A man who helped organise a men-only charity dinner, where hostesses were allegedly groped, has quit the Department for Education board.

David Meller quit his non-executive role after claims about the event by an undercover FT reporter.

Charities are refusing donations from the Presidents Club Charity Dinner, at London's Dorchester Hotel.

Event compere David Walliams said he was "appalled" by the claims but had not witnessed anything.

The comedian and author tweeted that he was there in a "strictly professional capacity" and not as a guest.

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