National Media Briefing

The RSPCA helps put a man who organised illegal dogfights behind bars, Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity will cash in on a new London property development and Stonewall welcomes a 'gay village' in Liverpool.

The RSPCA has secured a conviction against a man who arranged illegal dogfights.
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Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity is to benefit from a fundraising raffle that offers flats in an £8m development as prizes.
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Cancer Research UK has presented new research on the benefits of breast cancer drug tamoxifen.
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Stonewall has welcomed the creation of a ‘gay village' in Liverpool.
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The father of former children's TV presenter Mark Speight has established an art charity for children in memory of his son.
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