National media briefing: Marie Stopes International, Depaul UK, Big Brother Watch - and Naomi Campbell

Charities in today's national news

Marie Stopes International defends its decision to advertise its abortion services on television.
See The Times for full story

Depaul UK's iHobo app for the iPhone tops the iTunes download chart.
See The Guardian for full story

A civil liberties group called Big Brother Watch claims people leaving donation bags outside charity shops have been subject to surveillance by local councils under anti-terrorism laws.
See the Daily Express for full story

Naomi Campbell will visit Haiti to see how money raised by her Fashion for Relief charity is being spent.
See The Daily Mail for full story




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