National Media Briefing: the Prince's Foundation for the Built Environment, Leonard Cheshire Disability - and a U-turn on poppies in Derbyshire

Charities in today's national news

Questions are raised in The Times about the independence of Prince Charles's architecture charity.
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Derbyshire County Council has reversed its decision to ban its libraries from selling poppies.
See the Belfast Telegraph for full story

Nine per cent of disabled people have been victims of hate crime, according to Leonard Cheshire Disability.
See The Guardian for full story

Starbucks is to promote its partnership with Product Red, the campaign to tackle Aids in Africa, with television advertising.
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