National Media Briefing

The Terrence Higgins Trust urges people to get tested for HIV, a British medical charity is given a Matisse and Jonathan Ross begins to make his way back into the limelight with an appearance for the Variety Club.

The Terrence Higgins Trust is urging people from high-risk groups to seek testing for HIV, after figures from the Health Protection Agency show an increase in new diagnoses.
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Community housing and regeneration charity the Environment Trust is to close because of a lack of funding.
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Magen David Adom UK, a British medical charity working in Israel, is to receive a donation of a painting by Henri Matisse.
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The RSPB is arguing for the construction of a reef across the Severn Estuary, which it believes would cause less damage than a proposed barrage.
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Suspended BBC presenter Jonathan Ross attended a fundraising dinner for the London Variety Club yesterday.
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