National media briefing: Teenage Cancer Trust, the World Society for the Protection of Animals, Cancer Research UK and charities might have to rethink volunteering policies

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

PE teachers need to take more responsibility for the skincare of their pupils, the Teenage Cancer Trust warned after it emerged that almost three-quarters of students have never been told to wear sun cream.

See Press Association for full story

"Confusing" UK laws are spurring the trade in endangered species, according to the World Society for the Protection of Animals.

See BBC News for full story

Harry Moseley, the Birmingham boy who raised thousands of pounds for Cancer Research UK before his death from a brain tumour, is to be honoured with a place on Birmingham’s Walk of Stars.

See BBC News for full story

Parents could be sued for the actions of their children and charities required to rethink their volunteering policies, lawyers warned yesterday after a landmark ruling on clerical abuse.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

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