National media briefing: the Fawcett Society, Cosgarne Hall, the British Empire and Commonwealth Museum and hiking dangers

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Parenting and women’s charities, including the Fawcett Society, are pleading with the Chancellor not to cut maternity pay in the Budget.

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Cornwall Council is to review the £288,000 of funding it gives to Cosgarne Hall, a charity that provides accommodation for nearly 50 homeless people in St Austell.

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A Worcester man whose son died on Ben Nevis is to set up a charity to raise awareness of the dangers of hiking.

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The director of the British Empire and Commonwealth Museum has left his post amid a police investigation into 'missing' exhibits.

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