National media briefing: CAF, the Children's Society, Turn2us and the Campaign to Protect Rural England

A round-up of national news involving charities

CAF claims high-street banks are ripping off charities to the tune of £20m a year.

See The Guardian for full story

A survey by good causes website Leap Anywhere finds two-thirds of people will cross the road in order to avoid street fundraisers.
See The Independent for full story


A report by the Children's Society criticises a £1m government scheme to help failed asylum seekers return home.
See Daily Mail for full story

Turn2us says three-quarters of Britons have money worries, but almost half are too embarrassed to ask for help.
See walesonline for full story

The Campaign to Protect Rural England believes signs advertising new speed limits could distract drivers.
See Express.co.uk for full story

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