National media briefing: the Bryson Charitable Group, the British Council, the Sutton Trust and St Mungo's

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

The Bryson Charitable Group has said hundreds of jobs could be lost in Northern Ireland because of changes to the way government-funded employment schemes operate.

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The number of British students going to study in China has risen from 3,174 to 4,250, and the British Council has said that more young people should consider studying in China it in an effort to boost their job chances.

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Better-off parents are resorting to "ethically dubious" and "possibly illegal" practices to get their children into a good school, according to research by the education charity the Sutton Trust.

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A wrapping paper inspired by deadly viruses has been launched to highlight the plight of homeless people this Christmas, with the proceeds going to St Mungo’s.

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