National media briefing: Kidscape, Citizens Advice Scotland, council tender for recycling banks and Wellchild

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing
The charity Kidscape warns that a UK toddler beauty pageant sexualises children and could leave them believing that beauty is the only important thing in life.

See the Daily Mirror for full story

The number of people turning to charities for help with food and other essentials has doubled in two years, according to Citizens Advice Scotland.

See the Daily Record for full story

Fareham Borough Council’s plan to prepare a tender for the exclusive rights to provide clothing and textile recycling banks on council-owned land has raised concerns from charities that have banks on the land.

See The Portsmouth News for full story

Prince Harry avoided a grilling about the pictures of him naked in Las Vegas from a six-year-old at a Wellchild charity awards ceremony, his first public appearance since the scandal.

See Metro for full story

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