National media briefing: Clegg lambasted by voluntary sector worker, Jasmine House, Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action and the RSPCA

Charities in today's national news

Voluntary sector employee Craig Toft accuses Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg of being on "an ideological crusade to attack the weakest in society" during a question and answer session.

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Jasmine House, previously known as Leicester Rape Crisis Centre, fears it may close due to impending £100m cuts by Leicester City Council.

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Seamus McAleavey, chief executive of the Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action, explains how the voluntary sector can help ease cuts in Northern Ireland.

See the Belfast Telegraph for full story

A wildlife campaigner drowns a grey squirrel to provoke the RSPCA into taking him to court. 

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