National Media Briefing

WWF-UK and Oxfam call for the Government to spend more cash on green issues, Lloyds TSB comes under fire for trying to close a Palestine aid charity's bank account and Simon Cowell helps to raise £3m for care charity Norwood.

WWF-UK and Oxfam are calling on the Treasury to spend more money on tackling climate change, as the Government prepares to auction carbon emissions permits.
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Lloyds TSB has been criticised by Islamic organisations for allegedly trying to close the account that controversial Palestinian aid charity Interpal holds with the Islamic Bank of Britain.
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A branch of the British Legion has promised to investigate after a pensioner who took part in remembrance services admitted to inventing his military career.
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Family support charity Norwood raised about £3m at a fundraising dinner hosted by X Factor judge Simon Cowell and Britain's Got Talent judge Piers Morgan.
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