National media briefing: Save the Children, CAP48, Ash Scotland and YMCA Norfolk

Charities in today's national news

National Media Briefing
National Media Briefing

A British security consultant kidnapped six days ago by gunmen in Somalia has been released, the charity Save the Children says.

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A model in Belgium who has only one hand posed in her underwear as part of a campaign to raise awareness of disability issues for non-profit organisation CAP48 has raised more than €4million from an annual telethon.

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Anti-smoking charity Ash Scotland has called for a consultation on banning smoking in vehicles in Scotland.

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General Sir Richard Dannatt has been named president of YMCA Norfolk, taking over from Richard Jarrold.

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