National Media Briefing: Oxfam, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, Brake, the British Liver Trust and the Soil Association

Charities in today's national news

Oxfam says that five years after 21 Chinese cockle pickers died in Morecambe Bay, gangmasters continue to put workers' lives at risk and pay well below the minimum wage.
See BBC News for full story

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents and road safety charity Brake condemn Swindon Borough Council's decision to get rid of speed cameras.
See BBC News for full story
 
The British Liver Trust calls on the Government to make alcohol unit labelling on drinks mandatory.
See The Independent for full story
 
Charities including the Soil Association give a mixed reaction to research that suggests organic food is no healthier than non-organic food.
See The Daily Express for full story

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