National Media Briefing: the Lucy Faithfull Foundation, Refugee Action, Ash Wales and Rethink

Today's charity-related national news stories

Research by the Lucy Faithfull Foundation suggests up to 20 per cent of paedophiles in the UK are women.
See The Guardian for full story

Ken Loach and Simon Callow are among celebrities to sign an open letter to the Government from Refugee Action.
See
BBC News for full story

The chief executive of anti-smoking charity Ash Wales says smoking is placing a substantial economic and social burden on the NHS in Wales.
See
Wales Online for full story

Rethink says young adults are increasingly under stress about money and jobs.
See
BBC News for full story

The Conservatives are considering plans to open grace-and-favour homes for use by charities and voluntary groups.
See BBC News for full story


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