National media briefing: Anti-Slavery International and Ecpat UK, the World Cancer Research Fund, the RSPCA - and Robbie Williams backs Help for Heroes

Charities in today's national news

Anti-Slavery International and Ecpat UK criticise the government for failing to adopt an EU directive on preventing and combating trafficking.

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The World Cancer Research Fund accuses women’s magazine My Weekly of offering misleading advice in a feature on how to "cancer-proof your life".

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The RSPCA welcomes the sentencing of a Luton man for animal cruelty.

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Robbie Williams will headline a fundraising concert for Help for Heroes.

See The Sun for full story

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