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Channel 4 plans a cut in charitable donations, Barnardo's laments the 'casual condemnation' of children and Kent police abolishes charges for policing charity events

Channel 4 has warned its partners that it plans to cut the £10m a year that it currently donates to charities and public bodies.
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Barnado's is launching a new awareness campaign that accuses society of "casually condemning" children.
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Kent Police will no longer charge charities and community groups for policing events.
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The director of the British Museum has called on the Government to revise laws that he claims deter British art collectors from donating works to museums and galleries.
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Guide Dogs for the Blind has criticised a pilot scheme in Kent that gives cars and pedestrians equal right of way.
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