National media briefing: Reform Scotland, RSPCA/WSPA, Stonewall, Alcohol Concern

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National Media Briefing
National Media Briefing

Ascheme to help gap-year students and others carry out voluntary work at home rather than abroad should be created in Scotland, Reform Scotland has said.

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Worldwide Veterinary Service in Cranborne, Dorset, has joined forces with the RSPCA, the World Society for the Protection of Animals and other charities to send boxes of veterinary supplies to Hungary to help animals caught up in the toxic sludge leak.

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Pupils at a Cambridgeshire school have been learning the hard facts about homophobic bullying from Sir Ian McKellen, who was representing gay rights charity Stonewall.

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Alcohol Concern has called for a watershed time for alcohol adverts to be broadcast on TV, claiming that millions of children as young as four watched alcohol promotions during the televised England games during the World Cup.

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