National media briefing: Oxfam, all local services 'could be outsourced', Scope and the Hope Boutique Bakery

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

A rare first edition of a Peter Pan book has been discovered in an Oxfam book shop in Cheshire.

See BBC News for full story

All local services could eventually be outsourced to private companies or charities, a third of council leaders and chief executives believe, according to a report by local government think tank Localis.

See The Independent for full story

Charities including Scope have condemned a rise in hate crimes against disabled people, which increased by more than a third last year.

See The Independent for full story

George Horne and Richard Wheatcroft are hoping to use their place at the head of a queue for the latest iPhone outside an Apple store on Regent Street to raise awareness for their charity the Hope Boutique Bakery.

See the Daily Mail for full story

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