National media briefing: Charity Commission warns over fraud, The Samaritans, Crisis, Tory minister says big society not understood

National media briefing

National Media Briefing
National Media Briefing

Significant fraud occurring in charities may go unpunished, according to Sam Younger, the chief executive of the Charity Commission, following a drop of 27 per cent in its funding from the government.

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The Samaritans is launching its first strategy to reduce the number of suicides in Wales, over fears that a rise in unemployment could increase the number of deaths by suicide.

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Coldplay has chosen Newcastle and Liverpool as the only two locations in the country to host 'hidden' concerts in December in order to raise money for the homelessness charity Crisis.

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Most people have no idea what Prime Minister David Cameron's big society really means, Conservative minister Tim Loughton has said.

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