National media briefing: Shelter, Clothes Aid, Infertility Network UK - and Duncan Bannatyne

Today's charity-related national news stories

Shelter calls for more money to be spent on reducing the number of empty homes.

See The Independent for full story

South Wales Police and Clothes Aid are cracking down on bogus charity clothes collectors and thefts of bags from outside charity shops in the region.

See Wales Online for full story

Infertility Network UK questions the reliability of home fertility testing kits.

See The Daily Mirror for full story

Duncan Bannatyne is embroiled in a Twitter argument with a Glasgow woman about his charitable giving.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

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