National media briefing: Cancer Research UK, the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, The Simpsons developer to donate his fortune to charity, and the NSPCC

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

The overwhelming majority of men with testicular cancer are now surviving for at least 10 years, figures released by Cancer Research UK show.

See BBC News for full story

The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust is shooting dead hundreds of mallard ducks, geese and coots every year as a way of preserving its more exotic species and protected habitats, the Captive Animals’ Protection Society alleges.

See Daily Express for full story

Sam Simon, one of the developers of The Simpsons, has announced he will give away his fortune to charity before he dies. Simon, who is terminally ill, will donate to organisations tackling homelessness and cruelty to animals.

See The Huffington Post for full story

A survey of social workers by the British Association of Social Workers and the NSPCC has found that many struggle to deal with the online grooming and sexual abuse of children they are meant to protect.

See The Guardian for full story

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