National media briefing: Action Aid, ChildLine, the National Trust, Save the Children and Shelter

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Six months after a major clothing factory collapsed in Bangladesh, 94 per cent of the victims are still awaiting compensation, Action Aid says.

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ChildLine has launched a mobile phone app to help teenagers refuse requests for explicit images of themselves.

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The National Trust would consider fracking on its land but is unlikely to allow wind farms, says the charity's director-general, Dame Helen Ghosh.

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Niger in Africa has cut the number of children under the age of five dying unnecessarily by nearly two-thirds since 1990, a new study by Save the Children says.

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Research from the housing charity Shelter indicates that in more than half of the English local authority areas, less than 10 per cent of suitable homes for sale are affordable for a typical family hoping to become first-time buyers.

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