National media briefing: Norwood, the UJIA and World Jewish Relief; the National Lottery; Butterfly Conservation; MS Society Cymru; the RSPB; and Alcohol Focus Scotland

Charities in today's national news

Jewish charities, including Norwood, the UJIA and World Jewish Relief, are suffering cuts and job losses.

See The Jewish Chronicle for full story


Charities will receive an extra £1m of National Lottery money if a winner fails to come forward to collect his or her prize.

See The Independent for full story


Half of the UK’s butterfly species are threatened with extinction, says Butterfly Conservation.

See the Daily Mail for full story


The MS Society Cymru says Wales could have free social care if there was a 10 to 15 per cent precept on council tax.

See Wales Online for full story


The number of rare birds being illegally poisoned in Scotland is at a 20-year high, says the RSPB.

See BBC News for full story


Animal charities join Alcohol Focus Scotland in condemning a brewery for making a 55 per cent proof beer and putting it in bottles made from the bodies of dead animals.

See City AM for full story



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