National media briefing: Refugee and Migrant Justice, National Lottery Commission, the Red Cross and the YWCA

Charities in today's national news

A man who fell from a tower block in Nottingham last week after being refused permission to stay in the UK had been receiving help from the charity Refugee and Migrant Justice until it closed last month.

See BBC News for full story


The National Lottery Commission may block the ambitions of the lottery operator to expand into new business areas because it says the risks would outweigh relatively small projected returns for charities and good causes.

See The Guardian for full story


Tom Jones is paid £3.1m to perform at a charity concert in Monaco to raise funds for the Red Cross, according to a report.

See the Daily Mirror for full story


Young women in Wales are more worried about money and debt than in previous years, according to the YWCA.

See BBC News for full story


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