National media briefing: Dogs Trust, Huggard, Community First Foundation and the Consumer Credit Counselling Service

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

The Dogs Trust is urging the Welsh government to put welfare first as it prepares new rules to tackle bad breeding practices in puppy farms.

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Huggard, a Welsh homeless charity, has hit back at the Cardiff Retail Partnership, which has said that people sleeping rough on the streets of Cardiff should be arrested so that visitors to the Olympic Games do not get a bad impression of the Welsh capital.

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Warner Bros has pledged to make a donation to charities supporting victims of the shootings at a screening of The Dark Knight Rises in Colorado, including the Community First Foundation.

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An increasing number of unemployed people are struggling with payday loans, the Consumer Credit Counselling Service has warned.

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