National media briefing: Cancer Research UK, web 'squatter' occupies Amy Winehouse memorial charity, the National Trust and WRVS

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

The chief executive of Cancer Research UK, Harpal Kumar, says understanding of cancer is advancing "exponentially", as potentially groundbreaking trials begin to genetically test tumours of 9,000 newly diagnosed patients.

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An internet "squatter" is sitting on a web address for a charity set up in memory of the singer Amy Winehouse.

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The National Trust has been accused by the planning minister Greg Clark of misleading the public in its campaign against the government's proposed changes to planning law.

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volunteers at a hospital cafe in Bangor, north Wales, have threatened to walk out after the charity dropped a local sandwich supplier in favour of food maker Ginsters.

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