National media briefing: Barnardo's Cymru, the Communication Trust, the Scottish Refugee Council, and Cats Protection

Charities in today's national news

National Media Briefing
National Media Briefing

More gay and single people of both genders in Wales are being urged by Barnardo’s Cymru to adopt children.

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Long-term speech and language problems are wrongly being blamed on parents not talking to their children and too much television, research by the children’s speech disability charity Communication Trust suggests.

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Three Scottish charities, including the Scottish Refugee Council, have announced swingeing job losses, as the scale of the impact of central and local government cutbacks on Scotland’s voluntary sector becomes clear.

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A homeless cat called Harry has won a national poll and could be the next feline to move into 10 Downing Street, according to Cats Protection.

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