National media briefing: Child Poverty Action Group, royals become stock brokers for the day, disability charities criticise football boss, and Marie Stopes International

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National Media Briefing
National Media Briefing

Judges have unanimously dismissed a government challenge to a legal victory by the Child Poverty Action Group on overpaid benefits.

See the London Evening Standard for full story

Prince William and Prince Charles became stock brokers for the day at an annual charity event in London organised by global firm ICAP.

See the Daily Star for full story

The Scotland football team boss Craig Levein has been criticised by disability charities for making a jibe about the blind during live commentary on a football match.

See The Sun for full story

Party-goers are being urged by family planning charity Marie Stopes International to remember to practise safe sex during the festive season.

See BBC News for full story

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