National media briefing: Changing Faces, Citizens Advice, Rethink Mental Illness and Shelter

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Disfigurement charity Changing Faces has called for Jeremy Clarkson and the BBC to apologise after the Top Gear presenter compared the shape of a new car to "people with growths on their faces".

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

Citizens Advice says it will hold an independent investigation into claims of bullying at its Conwy office.

See BBC News for full story

Tony Blair's former director of communications, Alastair Campbell, is to donate some of his phone hacking compensation settlement to Rethink Mental Illness.

See the Press Association for full story

The housing charity Shelter is calling on the government to give greater protection to families living in accommodation rented from private landlords.

See BBC News for full story

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