National Media Briefing: Ireland Air Ambulance, the RSPCA, Brain Tumour Research and Elizabeth Finn Care

Charities in today's national news

The founder and aviation director of the Ireland Air Ambulance charity has resigned following calls for an inquiry into its set-up costs.
See BBC News for full story
The RSPCA is to investigate the death of two police dogs left in their handlers' hot cars.
See The Guardian for full story
Brain Tumour Research calls for more research into what it calls ‘the forgotten cancer'.
See BBC News for full story

Elizabeth Finn Care is among charities to react with anger after the EU votes for a 10 per cent rate of import duty on disability scooters.
See The Daily Telegraph for full story

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