National media briefing: the British Medical Association, the National Lottery, education in prisons, Empty Homes and Shelter

Charities in today's national news

Three charity fundraisers are attacked by thugs for being "too worthy".
See the Daily Mail for full story

The chairman of the British Medical Association’s family doctors urges GPs wherever possible to ensure that NHS providers, rather than private or voluntary sector ones, are "the providers of choice".
See the Financial Times for full story

MPs and voluntary organisations are concerned about the potential impact of changes to National Lottery funding in Scotland.
See the Scottish Herald for full story

Charities will be involved in a review of education programmes in prisons.
See BBC News for full story

Charities Empty Homes and Shelter call for more local authorities in Cambridgeshire to use vacant properties for social housing.
See BBC News for full story

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