National media briefing: Ann Widdecombe donates fuel allowance, the Duchess of Cambridge, Tony Blair Faith Foundation and Living Streets

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Former Conservative minister Ann Widdecombe is giving her winter fuel allowance to charity.

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The Duchess of Cambridge visited the National Portrait Gallery for her first major solo engagement in her role as the charity's patron.

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Tony Blair, the former Prime Minister, conducted a live question-and-answer session on Twitter about faith for his charity the Tony Blair Faith Foundation.

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Living Streets, which campaigns on behalf of pedestrians in the UK, has joined up with two other charities – Leonard Cheshire Disability and Independent Age, which supports older people – in a campaign to get councils to keep pavements safe.

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