National Media Briefing: Refuge, BirdLife, the National Trust - and Oxfam's bestsellers

Today's charity-related national news

Refuge welcomes legal changes that will give courts the power to impose restraining orders on abusers charged with any offence, regardless of whether they are cleared.
See BBC News for full story

BirdLife International is attempting to discover whether 47 endangered species of birds have escaped extinction.
See The Independent for full story

The chair of Bedfordshire charity the Swan Youth Project is jailed after he created a false identity to avoid paying speeding fines.
See BBC News for full story

Former MI5 whistleblower David Shayler is evicted from the National Trust property in which he was squatting.
See The Daily Mail for full story

The bestsellers at Oxfam's bookshops include Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code.
See The Daily Telegraph for full story

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