National media briefing: Centrepoint, RSPB, Facebook's $10m charity settlement, Age UK and Carers UK

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

The homelessness charity Centrepoint has called on the government to reinstate face-to-face careers advice for all young people.

See BBC News for full story

A collection of conservation charities, including the RSPB, has launched a survey which asks residents within the M25 to map if and when they spot any sparrows, in an attempt to determine if and where they can still be found, and how best to revive numbers.

See Independent for full story 

Facebook has agreed to give $10m to charity to settle a lawsuit that accused the site of violating users' rights to control the use of their own names, photos and likenesses, according to court documents made public this weekend.

See Daily Mail for full story

The UK's "army of unpaid carers" is being let down by the failing social care system, campaigners including Age UK and Carers UK have warned.

See BBC News for full story

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