National media briefing: Gordon Brown considers charity work; Shelter Scotland and the British Red Cross; Sane; and Scope

Today's national news on charities

Gordon Brown says he will consider charity work if Labour fails to win the election.

See The Scotsman for full story

 

Retired lecturer Alexander Sharp leaves a £2.6m legacy to charities including Shelter Scotland and the British Red Cross.

See The Sun for full story

 

Mental health charity Sane says an ‘epic failure' by psychiatric services led to a man with schizophrenia killing a woman at random in the street.

See BBC News for full story

 

Richard Hawkes, chief executive of Scope, is interviewed.

See The Guardian for full story

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