National media briefing: Crisis, Leonard Cheshire Disability, Tourism for All, The Novalis Trust and a charity event at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Homelessness charity Crisis has criticised laws that come into effect tomorrow that mean squatters will face up to six months in prison in England and Wales.

See The Independent for full story

Charities including Leonard Cheshire Disability and Tourism for All have called for Britain’s tourism industry to do more to cater for travellers with disabilities.

See The DailyTelegraph for full story

The chief executive of the school charity The Novalis Trust, which closed a Gloucestershire pub with a 230-year history, has defended the decision and said the pub was no longer viable.

See BBC News for full story

A showcase charity event, the Thunderdrome, is to take place in the new Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome in Glasgow and will include special appearances from the Olympic medallist and other track cycling stars.

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