National media briefing: Cancer Research UK, the Royal Association for Disability Rights, Barnardo's - and a Santa sit-in

Today's charity-related national news

Yesterday's Third Sector Daily bulletin contained a link to the wrong briefing - apologies. The correct briefing for Wednesday, December 2 can be found here.


Cancer Research UK says people from poorer backgrounds are more likely to ignore screening tests for bowel cancer.

See Google News for full story


The Royal Association for Disability Rights awards EastEnders its Doing Media Differently award for its portrayal of disability.

See Google News for full story


A Belfast charity fundraiser dressed as Father Christmas stages a sit-in in his grotto after being asked to move.

See the Belfast Telegraph for full story


Barnardo's will broadcast a 'Teen Speech' on YouTube on Christmas Day as an alternative to the Queen's Speech.

See New Media Age for full story


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