National media briefing: Citizens Advice Bureau, Eaves Housing, Cancer Research UK, Stonewall

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

A couple jailed for siphoning hundreds of thousands of pounds from a Citizens Advice Bureau in Carmarthenshire, Wales, have been ordered to pay back £162,000.
See the Daily Mail for full story

The Eaves Housing charity, which helps victims of sexual trafficking, has accused ministers of making an "ideological decision" after they awarded a £6m contract to run the Poppy Project services it has developed and provided over the past eight years to the Salvation Army.
See The Guardian for full story

Research funded by Cancer Research UK has found that deaths after surgery for bowel cancer are far higher than previously thought, exposing differences between NHS hospitals.
See the Daily Mail for full story

The actor Sir Ian McKellen has embarked on a nationwide tour of schools as part of a campaign spearheaded by Stonewall against homophobia in education.
See The Guardian for full story

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