National Media Briefing: Tony Blair's Faith Foundation, ShelterBox, Macmillan Cancer Support, Carers UK, Age UK - and charities running prisons

Charities in today's national news

The Conservatives would award a far bigger slice of the £3.2bn prisons and probation market to charities and private companies, says shadow justice secretary Dominic Grieve.
See The Financial Times for full story

The Faith Foundation, set up by Tony Blair, paid four employees six-figure sums last year, according to its annual accounts.
See The Daily Telegraph for full story

Tom Henderson, chief executive of ShelterBox, says his charity would like to join the Disasters Emergency Committee but it's "difficult to get in".
See BBC News for full story

Eighteen charities, including Macmillan Cancer Support, Carers UK and Age UK, call for an end to political bickering and a serious debate on long-term care funding.
See The Times for full story

The Simon Cowell-masterminded charity single for Haiti, Everybody Hurts, has topped the charts, recording almost 500,000 sales – more than any other charity single.
See The Sun for full story

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