National media briefing: Housing Justice, WWF, Diabetes UK Cymru, and His Church

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Housing charities, including Housing Justice, have criticised plans by Conservative-controlled Westminster council to outlaw charity-led "soup runs" for rough sleepers.

See The Guardian for full story

Images of a Siberian tiger, a red panda, an Iberian lynx and other endangered animals are to adorn a set of ten stamps issued by the Royal Mail to mark the 50th anniversary of the conservation charity WWF.

See the Daily Mail for full story 

Diabetes UK Cymru has warned that one in 50 people in Wales has undiagnosed diabetes and has launched an effort to identify them.

See BBC News for full story

Police have teamed up with the Christian charity His Church to take counterfeit goods seized by police and trading standards officers and distribute them to charities, including Depaul UK and Foundation UK.

See BBC News for full story

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