National media briefing: World Cancer Research Fund, Help for Heroes, Save the Children, Family Action, Reprieve, Brighton Pride

Today's charity-related national news

The World Cancer Research Fund advises parents to limit processed meat in children's diets.

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The Army joins with charities Help for Heroes and Erskine to open a convalescent home in Edinburgh for injured soldiers.

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Save the Children and Family Action say many parents are not able to afford school uniforms and other equipment.

See the Guardian for full story

At the High Court today legal charity Reprieve will attempt to force the Government to name two men detained in Afghanistan since 2004.

See the Daily Mail for full story

Brighton Pride -– the charity responsible for organising the event of the same name – is facing a £50,000 budget deficit.

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