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Human Rights Watch, Age Concern and Bullying UK hit today's headlines

A Leeds charity worker receives damages over a claim by the BBC's Newsnight that an organisation he was connected to passed cash raised by the Children in Need appeal to the 7/7 bombers.
See BBC News for full story

Campaign group Human Rights Watch claims British security services colluded with their Pakistani counterparts in the torture of terrorism suspects.
See Guardian.co.uk for full story

Age Concern says many older savers are struggling as the Bank of England continues to cut interest rates.
See Mail Online for full story

Bullying UK criticises Channel 4 for airing a Big Brother-style show featuring children.
See Mirror.co.uk for full story

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