National media briefing: Chance to Shine, Parkinson's UK, Action for Children and Walking With The Wounded

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Tens of thousands of children are bending the rules in school sports competitions because of repeated exposure to cheating footballers on television, according to research by the Chance to Shine cricket charity.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

Nearly half of people with Parkinson's face regular discrimination, such as having their symptoms mistaken for drunkenness, a survey by Parkinson's UK suggests.

See BBC News for full story

Action for Children has said that the criminal law relating to child neglect in England and Wales is inadequate and should be changed.

See BBC News for full story

Prince Harry is expected to announce he will join a group of four injured soldiers who are planning to trek to the South Pole in an expedition organised by Walking With The Wounded.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

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