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A Jewish charity criticises the makers of Celebrity Big Brother, beekeepers march on Downing Street and ballet dancers get their kit off for Macmillan Cancer Support

Jewish charity the Community Security Trust has criticised production company Endemol for considering Holocaust denier David Irving as a contestant on Celebrity Big Brother.
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The Fostering Network has said it disagrees with a London borough's plan to prevent smokers from fostering children.
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Members of the British Beekeepers' Association, a registered charity, were among the 300 white-suited beekeepers with veiled faces who marched to Downing Street yesterday to demand extra cash for research into the decline of honey bees.
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Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has called on the Government to give more support to the School Food Trust to help fight obesity.
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Ballet dancers and staff from the Royal Opera House have posed naked to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
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