National media briefing: Ramblers Scotland, Buglife, the Music Members' Benevolent Fund - and charity shops in the recession

Today's charity-related national news stories

A former scout group chair and charity worker has been jailed for child sex offences.

See BBC News for full story


Ramblers Scotland threatens to break away from its London headquarters in a row over funding.

See The Scotsman for full story


Buglife says favourable breeding conditions could lead to an increase in the numbers of spiders and daddy longlegs this autumn.

See BBC News for full story


Seventies band The Faces are to reform without Rod Stewart for a one-off gig to raise cash for the Music Members' Benevolent Fund.

See BBC News for full story


The Times considers how charity shops are faring in the recession.

See The Times for full story


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