National media briefing: the NSPCC, the Royal British Legion, charity single from Royal Wootton Bassett and Rhythmix

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National media briefing
National media briefing

The NSPCC has claimed that babies in Scotland are 12-times more likely to be abused or killed than older children.

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Vendors on eBay have been criticised for reselling crystal poppy brooches, designed to raise money for the Royal British Legion and featured on The X Factor, at inflated prices.

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A charity song performed by the people of Royal Wootton Bassett to honour fallen war heroes is to be released.

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Music mogul Simon Cowell has abandoned his attempt to trademark the name Rhythmix, just weeks after changing the name of a girl band on The X Factor, after pressure from a Brighton-based children’s charity of the same name.

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