National media briefing: Alcohol Concern Cymru; Turning Point and Catch22; the RSPCA and the Badger Trust; the Daycare Trust; and the Katie Piper Foundation

Charities in today's national news

Alcohol Concern Cymru raises worries about petrol stations selling alcohol.

See BBC News for full story


Justice secretary Ken Clarke is accused of "putting all his eggs in one basket" by getting private companies and charities, such as Turning Point and Catch 22, to run prisons.

See The Guardian for full story


The RSPCA and the Badger Trust support the Court of Appeal’s decision not to proceed with a badger cull in Wales.

See BBC News for full story


Research by the Daycare Trust shows that holiday childcare is more expensive in Scotland than anywhere else in the UK.

See The Herald for full story


A new charity, the Katie Piper Foundation, is set up to support victims of burns attacks.

See the Daily Mail for full story

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