National media briefing: the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation, Scope, Grand Central Savings and the Tony Blair Faith Foundation

Today's national news stories featuring charities

The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation says the survival rates in Scotland of patients with lung cancer are among the lowest in Europe.
See telegraph.co.uk for full story
 
Scope says disabled people are regarded by many as inferior.
See mirror.co.uk for full story

Grand Central Savings, a charity that helps socially excluded people obtain bank accounts, has received £269,000 in lottery funding.
See bbc.co.uk for full story

The Tony Blair Faith Foundation is to encourage children of different nationalities and faiths to talk to one another using video conferencing.
See reuters.com for full story

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