National Media Briefing

Action for Children enters the Baby P debate, the National Trust has some good news from the Farne Islands and a Kent charity does a head count of the homeless.

Action for Children is calling for changes to the way social work staff are trained, supported and managed rather than fresh legislation, after the Government's announcement of an inquiry into the death of Baby P.
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The National Trust has reported that some seabird colonies on the Farne Islands have had their most successful breeding season for more than a decade.
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The parents of two children killed in a crash caused by Plymouth goalkeeper Luke McCormick launched motoring charity Brake's Road Safety Week yesterday.
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A school has banned pupils from selling home-made cakes to raise money for Children in Need on health and safety grounds.
See The Daily Mail for full story

Kent homelessness charity Porchlight has found 21 rough sleepers in its first organised count of local homeless people in the county.
See BBC News for full story

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