National media briefing: Reprieve, the Surma Centre, the Royal wedding, Woodland Trust

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

The human rights charity Reprieve claims imported British anaesthetics used on three death row inmates executed in the US failed to work, causing "excruciating" agony.
See The Guardian for full story

The Surma Centre, a Bengali community centre in Regent’s Park, London, which was praised by the Prime Minister’s wife during last year’s election campaign, is facing closure because of cuts.
See the Daily Mirror for full story

Some 80 representatives from charities are expected to be among the 1,900 guests at the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton later this year.

See BBC News for full story

Some forests could be stripped of protection under planning reforms being considered by the government, the Woodland Trust has warned.
See The Independent for full story

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