National media briefing: the British Lung Foundation, Stonewall, Cancer Research UK, Pace4Life and Tate Britain

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

More than 430,000 children aged between 11 and 15 in England are exposed to second-hand smoke in their family cars at least once a week, says the British Lung Foundation.

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The Church of England and the gay rights group Stonewall are to work together to tackle homophobic bullying in church schools, it has been announced.

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The number of children beating cancer has risen to more than eight in 10, figures by Cancer Research UK show. 

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Pace4Life wants to remove pacemakers from people who have died in the UK and send the devices to be re-used in developing countries.

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The Tate Britain in London has unveiled its £45m transformation, including stripped-back features and a front door opening on to the Thames.

See The Independent for full story

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