National media briefing: charities fear impact of cuts on families with disabled children; killed aid worker's photographs emerge; the Prince's Trust; the RSPB; Guernsey fly-tipping concerns

Charities in today's national news

National Media Briefing
National Media Briefing

Disability charities have expressed concern that support for families caring for disabled children at home will become more difficult because of benefit cuts.
See The Guardian for full story

Photographs taken by the British aid worker Linda Norgrove, who was accidentally killed last year in Afghanistan, have emerged, including images of her captors.
See The Guardian for full story

The Prince's Trust has warned that failure to act on youth unemployment will devastate communities.
See the Daily Mirror for full story

Bird charities, including the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, say that future generations will be robbed of the chance to enjoy traditional birds after a new report found the skylark is vanishing from the countryside at a disturbing rate.
See the Daily Mail for full story

Guernsey Police have started an investigation after complaints of fly-tipping outside charity shops on the island.
See BBC News for full story

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