National media briefing: Centrepoint, FareShare, Walking With the Wounded and a pink dog

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Charities including Centrepoint have attacked the plans unveiled by David Cameron for a crackdown on welfare spending for the young, the jobless and those with large families.

See The Independent for full story

Falling incomes and welfare spending cuts have triggered an explosion in demand for emergency food parcels as Britain's poorest families struggle to put meals on the table, say charities including FareShare.

See The Guardian for full story

Prince Harry has told the charity Walking With the Wounded that he wants to join a group of injured servicemen on their race to the South Pole.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

Actor Emma Watson walked a friend's pink dog to raise awareness for a breast cancer charity and has hit back at critics who claim this is cruel.

See STV for full story

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