National media briefing: WSPA, the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation, MS Society Scotland, UK Music, the National Flood Forum and the RSPCA

Today's charity-related national news

WSPA says a British journalist working for one of its member charities has been attacked and arrested while filming a seal hunt in Namibia.
See The Daily Mail for full story

Colin Montgomerie is demanding the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation return a £165,000 donation, after a ruling by the Charity Commission.
See The Sun for full story

The head of the MS Society Scotland says the departure of patron JK Rowling has affected fundraising.
See The Scotsman for full story

Fergal Sharkey, chief executive of the charity UK Music, warns that new laws relating to live performances could threaten the music industry.
See The Independent for full story

The National Flood Forum faces closure because of a shortage of funds.
See BBC News for full story

An RSPCA animal shelter in Derby can no longer care for dogs because of funding problems.
See BBC News for full story

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