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Asylum seekers' charities come under fire from a Government minister, calls to help horses in transit and the Variety Club plays host to a galaxy of stars

Immigration minister Phil Woolas has accused charities that support asylum seekers of undermining the law.
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Animal charity World Horse Welfare has called on the European Commission to introduce new rules to prevent the suffering of horses transported for slaughter.
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Breast cancer charities have urged caution over research that has suggested joining a support group could double a woman's chances of surviving breast cancer.
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Children's charity the Variety Club has honoured stars such as Sir Michael Caine and Noel Edmonds at its 56th Annual Showbiz Awards.
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