National media briefing: Compassion in World Farming, the Safer London Foundation, Reprieve and Diabetes UK

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

The animal rights charity Compassion in World Farming calls for a maximum eight-hour journey for any farm animal in Europe.

See The Times for full story

The Safer London Foundation says that female gang members have less control and a higher risk of experiencing violence than their male counterparts, despite research suggesting they are using superior social skills to exert more influence.

See The Independent for full story

The director of the legal charity Reprieve has described the decision by a US judge to consider new evidence about the 1987 double-murder conviction of a British businessman in Miami as "fantastic news".

See BBC News for full story

Although a new study appears to show that drinking three cups of coffee a day might reduce the risk of diabetes, Diabetes UK says maintaining a healthy weight is still the best way to avoid the condition.

See The Independent for full story

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