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Ed Balls faces allegations that he worked for Gordon Brown while he was on the payroll of the Smith Institute, the Royal Horticultural Society fights a commercial development and Cancer Research UK receives a donation from an intrepid scooter-riding chef.

The Conservatives are calling for an investigation after allegations that education secretary Ed Balls worked for Gordon Brown while he was on the payroll of the Smith Institute before he became an MP.
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The Royal Horticultural Society is fighting plans for a commercial composting plant next to its gardens in Surrey.
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Addaction has urged the Government to take action against supermarkets selling cut-price alcohol.
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Birmingham Dogs Home has claimed it may have to start turning dogs away because of an increase in demand for its services.
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Cancer Research UK is to receive £40,000 from a chef who rode his scooter 6,000 miles from Auchterarder in Scotland to Morocco.
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