National media briefing: Afghanistan, National Trust for Scotland, Barnardo's - and charity box thief back in jail

Charities in today's national news

Aid agencies in Afghanistan are to reassess security and policy following the murders of 10 medical workers, including British doctor Karen Woo.

See The Guardian for full story


A review into the running of the National Trust for Scotland is expected to recommend a radical reorganisation of the charity and the sale of some of its assets.

See Herald Scotland for full story


Vulnerable children are waiting more than a year on average for decision on being taken into care permanently, according to Barnardo’s.

See The Guardian for full story


A shoplifter has been sent back to jail for breaching an Asbo banning him from handling charity boxes, two days after being released from prison.

See the Daily Mirror for full story

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