National media briefing: Christian Aid and Asda; Diabetes UK, CRUK and the British Heart Foundation; the London Marathon; the National Trust; the RSPCA

Charities in the national news today

Asda is criticised for charging Christian Aid £100 to hold a collection at a store in Cardiff.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story


Diabetes UK, Cancer Research UK and the British Heart Foundation begin a campaign today alerting people to the dangers of obesity.

See Wales Online for full story


The cloud of volcanic ash could prevent elite runners taking part in Sunday's London marathon.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story


A project to reintroduce red squirrels into trees at a National Trust property in Anglesey is proving successful.

See BBC News for full story


The RSPCA criticises rabbit relaxation techniques used by the so-called Rabbit Whisperer.

See the Daily Mail for full story




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