National media briefing: the British Pregnancy Advisory Service, Walking With the Wounded, the RSPCA and Kidney Foundation Wales

Charities in today's national news

National Media Briefing
National Media Briefing

Women having early medical abortions should be allowed to take some of their pills at home, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service charity has said.

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Prince Harry is to join four wounded British army veterans when they attempt to trek 200 miles to the North Pole in April for the charity Walking With the Wounded.

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A viral video aimed at helping the Staffordshire Bull Terrier shed its associations with gang violence and anti-social behaviour has been launched by animal welfare charity the RSPCA.

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Someone dies every 11 days waiting for an organ transplant, according to the charity Kidney Foundation Wales, but a move to increase the number of organs available for transplant is in question after a political row between Westminster and the Welsh Assembly Government.

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