National media briefing: Small Steps, the National Aids Trust, Salvation Army, Citizens Advice and Shelter

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

The Rolling Stones, Rita Ora, Professor Green and Kate Nash were among the performers at Glastonbury who donated their festival footwear to the charity Small Steps

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The National Aids Trust says that measures to stop visitors to the UK taking advantage of healthcare for free would also threaten the health of Britons.

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A five-year plan to help tackle drug and alcohol misuse has been unveiled by the Salvation Army.

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Citizens Advice and Shelter have warned in a joint letter that vulnerable people will still be denied access to justice by legal aid reforms despite a climbdown by the government.

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