National Media Briefing

Women's Aid, WWF and Amnesty International make the news

Censors say scenes from Women's Aid's new ad campaign against domestic violence that feature actor Keira Knightley being thrown to the ground and kicked must be cut before it can be broadcast.
See Telegraph.co.uk for full story

The WWF has joined forces with Co-operative Financial Services to launch a campaign to make oil giants legally obliged to disclose carbon liabilities.
See Guardian.co.uk for full story

The merged charity formed by Age Concern and Help the Aged has criticised calls from local authorities and bus operators to impose restrictions on free bus passes for pensioners.
See Guardian.co.uk for full story

Friends of the Earth claims £700m of taxpayers' money is being used to fund factory farming in Europe.
See Telegraph.co.uk for full story

Amnesty International welcomes the news that a British woman convicted of adultery in Dubai is to be freed.
See Guardian.co.uk for full story

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