National media briefing: Innocent Foundation, Drinkaware, the Sutton Trust, the British Heart Foundation

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

The smoothie maker Innocent has held on to £520,000 pledged to its charitable Innocent Foundation and has not donated a penny to the foundation since 2008, according to documents filed at Companies House and the Charity Commission.

See The Guardian for full story

Drinkaware says alcohol-related hospital admissions exceeding one million in a year represents a worrying landmark in the impact alcohol is having on UK society.

See The Independent for full story


A rise in the number of support staff in school classrooms has had no impact on standards, according to a report by the education charity the Sutton Trust.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story


The British Heart Foundation says new research showing an "ultra-bad" cholesterol in diabetics might explain why people with diabetes are at greater risk of heart attacks and strokes.

See the Daily Mirror for full story

 

 

 

 

 

 

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