National Media Briefing

Reprieve, UK Youth, the Born Free Foundation and the NSPCC are in the news today.

Clive Stafford Smith, director of human rights organisation Reprieve, says the former Guantánamo Bay detainee Binyam Mohamed, a British resident who arrived home yesterday, has nothing to hide.
See guardian.co.uk for full story

The training charity UK Youth says there is too little emphasis in the education system on those at the lower end of the attainment scale.
See bbc.co.uk for full story

The Born Free Foundation criticises the Great British Circus for including Asian and African elephants in performances.
See dailymail.co.uk for full story

Singer Chris Rea is to donate proceeds from his new single to the NSPCC in memory of Baby P.
See thesun.co.uk for full story

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