National media briefing: Girlguiding UK, Mind, the Army Benevolent Fund and CRUK

Today's charity-related national news stories

A volunteer for Girlguiding UK has been asked to leave her post because she is too old.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

Mind expresses concern about a scheme by doctors at Queen Mary, University of London, to pay psychiatric patients as reward for taking medication.

See BBC News for full story

The Army Benevolent Fund launches its annual appeal and says demand for its services is rising.

See BBC News for full story

Cancer Research UK says 40 per cent of people would delay going to their GP about cancer symptoms because they would be worried about wasting their doctor's time.

See BBC News for full story



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