National media briefing: ex-PM's charity work promise, Breakthrough Breast Cancer, Dan Brown at Oxfam, Animal Aid and the 23 Foundation

Charities in today's national news

Gordon Brown will do unpaid work for three global good causes.

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Breakthrough Breast Cancer leads research showing that scientists may be looking in the wrong place for the source of aggressive breast cancers.

See the Daily Mail for full story


Dan Brown, author of The Da Vinci Code, beats crime writers Ian Rankin and Patricia Cornwall to the top of the list of unwanted books donated to Oxfam.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story


Animal Aid brands Prince Harry "heartless" and "selfish" after his horse is apparently stabbed in its flank during a polo match.

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Liverpool footballer Jamie Carragher asks fans not to boo former player Michael Owen when he returns to play in Carragher’s charity testimonial, which will raise money for the 23 Foundation.

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