National media briefing: Save the Children, ChildLine, Norwood and the British Heart Foundation

Charities in the news today

A man who worked for Save the Children has admitted sexually assaulting a young boy.
See bbc.co.uk for full story
 
Anti-racism groups have criticised ChildLine founder Esther Rantzen for describing Northern Ireland as being "addicted to violence".
See The Guardian for full story

David Cameron opened Jewish care charity Norwood's new £2.4m residential home for people with learning difficulties.
See express.co.uk for full story
 
The British Heart Foundation says lives are being cut short because of delays in testing for high levels of cholesterol.
See bbc.co.uk for full story

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