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The National Trust goes green, rare 18th century books turn up in a charity shop and a warning that a bird of prey in Scotland could be wiped out by farmers protecting their flocks

Disability charities including Leonard Cheshire have warned that changes to incapacity benefit announced today will make life more difficult for disabled people looking for work.
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The National Trust has announced plans to buy up green spaces to save them from developers.
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Oxfam staff working in the Afghanistan capital Kabul have said aid workers are being specifically targeted by militants.
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Four rare 18th century books have been donated to an Oxfam shop in Stirling, Scotland.
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Cancer Research UK has said it's "too early to say" whether a new variety of purple tomato can ward off cancer.
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The Birds of Prey Rescue charity has warned that farmers in Scotland eager to protect their lambs could wipe out sea eagles in the country.
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