National media briefing: Oxfam, bust Belfast firm owes thousands to community groups, Suffolk libraries, Breakthrough Breast Cancer and the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund

Charities in today's national news

Oxfam reiterates its call for a Robin Hood tax on banks after research shows the global downturn has had a devastating effect on poorer countries.

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The man in charge of a firm being wound up while owing thousands of pounds to community groups in Northern Ireland says they will get their money back.

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Councillors in Suffolk say transferring the control of libraries to the voluntary sector won’t cost jobs - but the trade union Unison isn’t convinced.

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A BBC investigation discovers bogus clothes collectors in Kent, who claimed to be raising money for Breakthrough Breast Cancer, did not give any money to the charity.

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Jeremy Ractliffe, who hid alleged 'blood diamonds' given to him by supermodel Naomi Campbell, resigns as a trustee of the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund.

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