National media briefing: fundraising restrictions in Gloucester, Borderline, the RSPCA and Refuge

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Gloucester City Council has said it is in talks with the Professional Fundraising Regulatory Association to draw up an agreement limiting the number of days face-to-face fundraisers can operate in the city.

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Planned cuts to a project aimed at helping homeless Scots in London have been dropped after the Scottish government pledged £50,000 a year, until 2015, for the charity Borderline.

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Horses and ponies are being sold at markets for as little as £5 as the number taken into care by charities soars, the RSPCA has warned.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

Government plans to give people the right to ask police about a partner's history have been condemned as a waste of money by the domestic violence charity Refuge.

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