National media briefing: Sir Bobby Charlton, National Trust and RSPB, abuse of a regeneration trust, Consumer Counselling Credit Service

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Football legend Sir Bobby Charlton has founded a charity to research new ways of detecting and clearing landmines.

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The UK's biggest conservation charities, including the National Trust and the RSPB, stand to lose millions of pounds of funding for wildlife and countryside protection work because of European farming subsidy reforms.

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The head of a regeneration project paid hotel bills using money from a charity earmarked to help a deprived housing estate, a jury heard.

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Early debt problems mean young Britons are unlikely to be able to buy their own homes and other assets as their parents and grandparents did, according to a report by the Consumer Counselling Credit Service.

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