National media briefing: the Woodland Trust, Framework Housing Association, Amnesty International and Shelter

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

The Woodland Trust says a report on the environmental impact of the HS2 rail project reveals a "shocking disregard" for wildlife and ancient woodland.

See BBC News for full story

Framework Housing Association has said it would have to close its hostels and supported housing in Nottinghamshire if council cuts go ahead.

See BBC News for full story

Nearly 1,000 people - double the number estimated by the UN - have been killed in attacks in the Central African Republic by a mainly Muslim militia, according to the human rights charity Amnesty International.

See BBC News for full story

More than 200,000 homes in England are at risk of repossession or eviction, according to new figures released today by the homelessness charity Shelter.

See The Independent for full story

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