National media briefing: the Beaverbrook Foundation, Ed Vaizey, Amnesty International, Action for Children and Age UK

Charities in today's national news

The Charity Commission is conducting "ongoing inquiries" into the Beaverbrook Foundation's governance and finances.
See The Times for full story

New culture minister Ed Vaizey says his department is in talks with the Treasury about tax incentives to boost philanthropy.
See Bloomberg for full story

Amnesty International's annual report criticises the "politicisation of international justice".
See BBC News for full story

Action for Children research reveals social workers and police feel powerless to prevent child neglect.
See The Guardian for full story

Age UK criticises Alliance & Leicester's decision not to allow customers to withdraw less than £30 over the counter.
See The Times for full story


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