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National media briefing: I Can, Crisis, Rugby for Heroes and Young Devon

Third Sector Online, 3 May 2012

National media briefing

National media briefing

Charities in today's national news

I Can, a charity that supports children with speech and language difficulties, has expressed its disappointment with The Sun newspaper after it mocked the new England manager Roy Hodgson’s speech impediment on its front page.

See ITV News for full story

The homelessness charity Crisis has warned that plans by two London councils to relocate 500 families on benefits to the midlands will "potentially lead to a postcode lottery and the ending of the national housing safety net built up since the second world war".

See The Guardian for full story

Prince Harry is to get involved in the work of the charity Rugby for Heroes, which was set up by the rugby player Mike Tindall, husband of Harry’s cousin Zara Phillips.

See the Daily Mirror for full story

Young Devon, a charity that supports more than 300 youngsters with emotional issues or special educational needs, has been awarded £1m from the Big Lottery Fund's Youth In Focus fund.

See BBC News for full story

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