National media briefing: Save the Children, East Neuk Kids After School Club, Cancer Research UK and the Electrical Safety Council

Charity's in today's national press

National media briefing
National media briefing

Children in Syria are subjected to "appalling" torture, imprisonment and abduction, and these atrocities should be better documented, a report by Save the Children says.

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Margaret Harms, 48, the former treasurer of the East Neuk Kids After School Club in Anstruther, Fife, has gone on trial accused of embezzling more than £24,000 from the charity.

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Cancer deaths are expected to fall by almost a fifth in the next two decades as better diagnosis and treatment curtail mortality rates, according to predictions made by Cancer Research UK.

See The Scotsman for full story

There has been a rise in the number of fires caused by the misuse of appliances in the home, according to the Electrical Safety Council.

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