National media briefing: Change4life; Reprieve and Liberty; the Children's Society; and the David Gemmell Living Memorial Fund

Charities in today's national news

The British Heart Foundation and the National Obesity Forum criticise the government’s decision to withdraw funding for the anti-obesity Change4Life campaign.

See The Independent for full story

Human rights organisations Reprieve and Liberty express concerns about the torture inquiry announced by David Cameron.

See the Morning Star for full story

Fewer than one in seven adults think that slapping a child poses a very high risk to their welfare, according to a poll by the Children’s Society.

See the Daily Mail for full story

A Scottish grandfather climbs all 283 Scottish 'Munros' - mountains higher than 3,000 feet - in one continuous walk to raise money for the David Gemmell Living Memorial Fund.

See BBC News for full story

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