National media briefing: Haiti earthquake appeal, a Scottish legacy, the RSPB - and a tribunal case involving Cherie Blair's stepmother

Today's charity-related national news

British charities say the response to fundraising appeals for victims of the Haiti earthquake has been overwhelming.

See The Guardian for full story


The RNLI and the National Trust for Scotland are among charities to receive a share of a legacy worth more than £5m.

See The Scotsman for full story


The RSPB investigates the largest recorded roost of corn buntings, which has settled in a field in Bedfordshire.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story


Cherie Blair's stepmother, Steph Booth, brings an employment tribunal case against Manchester charity Cool UK Ltd.

See The Independent for full story


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