National media briefing: Rethink, Gaddafi guilt money, SpecialEffect, Cancer Research UK

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

A 24-hour telephone helpline for armed forces personnel with mental health problems is due to be launched by the government and will be run by mental health charity Rethink.

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Rapper 50 Cent has joined fellow entertainers Nelly Furtado, Beyoncé and Usher in expressing regret for performing for the Gaddafi family and will donate money to Unicef.

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David Cameron is supporting a drop-in centre run by charity SpecialEffect that provides disabled people with computers and consoles controlled by eye movements.

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A charity shop run by Cancer Research UK in Jersey has been forced to close for health and safety reasons after a survey was carried out on conditions on the premises.

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