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Cancer Research UK in discussions about use of 'ring girls' at charity boxing events

Cancer Research UK in discussions about use of 'ring girls' at charity boxing events

Third Sector contacted the charity after being made aware that some supporters were upset to see scantily-clad women holding up signs and performing other tasks at Ultra White Collar Boxing events

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