Focus: Corporate Responsibility - Award winners

The Royal Bank of Scotland and Compass Group UK & Ireland have won the 2005 Companies and Communities Awards, hosted by the Charities Aid Foundation. Both companies win 15 days of CAF consultancy time.

The Fairtrade Foundation will launch its Fairtrade certified cotton mark tomorrow. Most of the cotton will be sourced from India, Mali, Senegal and Peru.

The British Heart Foundation has entered a long-term affinity partnership for Scottish and Southern Energy to donate £10 for every household that switches to its gas and electricity package.

Friends of the Earth has called on the Government to make UK companies more responsible abroad. The call comes on the tenth anniversary of the execution of Ken Saro-Wiwa for criticising the Nigerian government's oil policy and links with Shell.

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