National Media Briefing

Charities heap pressure on the BBC after another ill-judged joke, a new mental health strategy intends to reduce suicide rates in Wales and why the RSPB won’t be playing golf with Donald Trump

Victim Support is among several organisations to criticise the BBC after Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson joked about the murder of prostitutes during the show aired on Sunday.
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Mind Cymru has backed a new mental health strategy designed to reduce suicide rates in Wales.
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RSPB Scotland has expressed disappointment at the Scottish government's decision to allow billionaire businessman Donald Trump to build a £1bn golf course in Aberdeenshire.
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Save the Children is backing a scheme that rewards school children for healthy eating with points, which can then be traded in to buy goods for disadvantaged children.
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