National media briefing: Parentline Plus and Living Streets; Citizens Advice; an estate sold to benefit charity; and lunch with Warren Buffett

Today's charity stories in the national news

A survey on behalf of Parentline Plus and Living Streets finds parents are more worried about their children being murdered than becoming obese.

See BBC News for full story


Citizens Advice reports record debt enquiries.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story


Profits from the sale of a £9m country estate in Northumberland will be donated to cancer charities.

See BBC News for full story         


Warren Buffett auctions another lunch date for charity.

See Reuters for full story

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