National Media Briefing: the Royal British Legion, Women's Aid, the RSPB - and rare butterflies

Today's charity-related national news

The Royal British Legion is representing a Royal Marine who lost an arm and a leg in Afghanistan in his appeal for more compensation.
See Sky News for full story

Domestic abuse "tokens" bearing contact details for Women's Aid are to be handed out to people in Berkshire.
See BBC News for full story

The RSPB is among 100 wildlife organisations calling for a review of the way police deal with crimes against animals and rare plants.
See The Guardian for full story


The National Trust reports that the rare Duke of Burgundy species of butterfly has produced a second brood this year.
See BBC News for full story

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