National media briefing: fake vicar jailed for fraud, Genesis Breast Cancer Prevention Centre, Macmillan Cancer Support, the Tusk Trust and the Women's Support Project

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

A conman who posed as a vicar to cheat Liverpool charities out of £30,000 has pleaded guilty to fraud.

See BBC News for full story

Seven illegal car parks closed down by Greater Manchester police last year are now being used to raise money for the Genesis Breast Cancer Prevention Centre and Macmillan Cancer Support.

See BBC News for full story

The Duke of Cambridge, who is the royal patron of the wildlife conservation charity the Tusk Trust, has urged a global conference on wildlife protection to do more to tackle the ivory trade.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

The Glasgow-based Women's Support Project has called for a boycott of an energy drink after a flood of complaints to the advertising watchdog about its "sexist" billboard campaign.

See Herald Scotland for full story

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