National Media Briefing

Red tape, new hope for catching cervical cancer early and criticism for the US government

Small charities' fundraising events could be "swamped in red tape" as a result of proposed changes to music royalty laws, Stuart Etherington, chief executive of the NCVO, has warned.
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A pilot study funded by Cancer Research UK has found that a new imaging technique could help detect early stage cervical cancers.
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Clive Stafford Smith, director of legal charity Reprieve, has criticised the US government after charges against UK national Binyam Mohamed, held in Guantanamo Bay, were dropped.
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Facial disfigurement charity Changing Faces has condemned a job agency for discriminating against a man whose face is covered in benign tumours.
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