National media briefing: philanthropy on the rise, Sheffield Futures, National Autistic Society - and Prince William

Charities in today's national news

The Financial Times considers a "rising mood" of philanthropy among wealthy young businesspeople.

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Members of trade union Unison in Sheffield are to meet to discuss 95 job losses at young people’s charity Sheffield Futures.

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The BBC cuts comments by Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson after complaints by the National Autistic Society and parents.

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Prince William explains why he enjoys charity work in remote locations.

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