National media briefing: Release, Save the Children, Citizens Advice - and the duck house

Charities in the national news

Drugs charity Release is ordered to withdraw adverts from buses by a billboard advertising company.
See guardian.co.uk for full story
 
Mercy Corps Scotland and Save the Children are among aid groups considering returning to Sudan after being expelled in March by the Sudanese government.
See reuters.com for full story
 
Citizens Advice reports a 21 per cent increase in the number of people seeking its help with debt.
See dailymail.co.uk for full story

Protesters chain themselves to the doors of youth charity the Fairbridge centre in Swansea, which is to close.
See bbc.co.uk for full story

A new social networking site aimed at charities, volunteer groups and "conscientious individuals" is launched.
See dailymail.co.uk for full story

Conservative MP Sir Peter Viggers is to sell his duck house to raise money for charity.
See bbc.co.uk for full story

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