National media briefing: Awema, Citizens Advice, Raspberry Pi and Unicef

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Police have confirmed they are investigating allegations of dishonesty among staff at the race relations charity Awema.

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Cuts to the help available to homeowners struggling with mortgage repayments mean some borrowers are experiencing hardship and face losing their properties, Citizens Advice has warned.

See The Guardian for full story

A new British computer that costs just £22, as part of a scheme developed by Raspberry Pi, a foundation set up by the engineer Eben Upton, went on sale at 6am on Wednesday morning – and immediately sold out, crashing the websites selling it in the process.

See The Guardian for full story

Unicef is calling for policymakers to pay more attention to urban children in the developing world.

See The Independent for full story

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