National Media Briefing

A housing crisis warning, plans for compulsory sex education and a horse nutritionist

A charity in Scotland that runs an outdoor adventure centre has pleaded guilty to failing to manage the risks of a gorge-jumping activity, after a 15 year-old girl died.
See News.scotsman.com for full story

Shelter has warned that the housing crisis in Devon and Cornwall will worsen unless the Government's building targets are increased.
See BBC News for full story

Sexual health charity Brook has praised the Government's plans to make sex education a compulsory part of the curriculum for all primary and secondary school pupils.
See Guardian.co.uk for full story

The RSPCA has criticised a horse nutritionist who has been found guilty of causing unnecessary suffering to the animals in her care at a Gloucestershire stud farm.
See BBC News for full story

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