National media briefing: the NSPCC, the Nottinghamshire Miners Charity, the Rory Foundation and the National Trust

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

The police and children's charity the NSPCC have issued a joint report detailing how the broadcaster Jimmy Savile molested children aged as young as 10 at a string of institutions that included prisons, hospitals and the BBC.

See The Guardian for full story

Neil Greatrex, a former president of the Union of Democratic Mineworkers who was jailed in April last year, has been ordered to pay back the nearly £150,000 he stole from the Nottinghamshire Miners Charity, plus more than £50,000 in costs.

See BBC News for full story

The golfer Rory McIlroy has set up a foundation, the Rory Foundation, to help raise money for children’s charities throughout the world.

See The Irish Sun for full story

The planning minister Nick Boles has accused Sir Simon Jenkins, the chairman of the National Trust, of owning two homes while campaigning against the construction of more housing. 

See the Daily Mail for full story

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