National media briefing: charity founder pleads guilty to fraud, Action on Addiction, All Wales Ethnic Minority Association, Home-Start

Charities in today's national news

Menachem Youlus, the co-founder of a Jewish charity who claimed he travelled the world as a "Jewish Indiana Jones" to rescue Torahs, has pleaded guilty to fraud.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

The Duchess of Cambridge has visited the headquarters of Action on Addiction, one of the four charities of which she is patron.

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Allegations of bullying and harassment at Wales' foremost race equality charity, the All Wales Ethnic Minority Association, have been revealed.

See BBC News for full story

Home-Start in Milton Keynes, which helps struggling families with young children, is closing because the council has cut its funding.

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