National media briefing: the RSPB, Kidscape, World Aids Day and Age Sector Platform

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National media briefing
National media briefing

Many of Britain's best-loved countryside birds, including cuckoos, English partridge and turtle doves, are in danger of being wiped out, an RSPB study has warned, after their numbers fell sharply over the past decade.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

Paving stones in Pontypridd that depict a quote from a Lostprophets song are "tainted" and should be pulled up after the singer admitted child sex offices, the children's charity Kidscape has said.

See BBC News for full story

Graham Norton’s production company So Television has been reprimanded after the presenter wore a ribbon in support of World Aids Day on his BBC1 chat show in breach of the broadcaster's guidelines.

See Metro for full story

The Northern Ireland charity Age Sector Platform is backing a UK-wide campaign aimed at safeguarding pensioner benefits.

See BBC News for full story

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