National media briefing: Beat, Comic Relief, Mind and Scot-pep

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Many students with eating disorders struggle to get the treatment they need at university, the charity Beat has warned.

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Lord Hall, the director general of the BBC, has told a parliamentary select committee that it will broadcast a Panorama programme investigating allegations about Comic Relief and other charities.

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Gardening, growing food and wildlife conservation are good for our mental health and should be prescribed on the NHS, the charity Mind has said.

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Police Scotland has written to City of Edinburgh Council arguing that condoms should be banned from licensed saunas in the city, but the sex workers charity Scot-pep says such a move could lead to an HIV epidemic.

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