National media briefing: Diabetes UK, Christians Against Poverty, premature poppy wearing and His Church Charity

Charities in today's national news

National Media Briefing
National Media Briefing

The number of people with diabetes has soared by 150,000 in the past year and one in 20 adults in the UK now has the condition, according to data released by the charity Diabetes UK.

See The Guardian for full story


Debt counselling charity Christians Against Poverty has said it has the scope to expand if its services are needed more: increasing numbers of people are turning to it for help.

See BBC News for full story


The BBC has been criticised over premature poppy wearing, after its presenters pinned on remembrance flowers two weeks before the official appeal begins.

See The Independent for full story


More than £10,000 of counterfeit clothing has been handed over by police to the Salvation Army and Oasis Christian Outreach in Eastbourne, East Sussex

See BBC News for full story

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