National Media Briefing

Today's stories include the NSPCC, Citizens Advice and an unnamed charity connected to a former director-general of the Conservatives.

The NSPCC has urged directors of children's services across the country to review their child protection arrangements after the publication of the report into the death of Baby P.
See Guardian.co.uk for full story

Citizens Advice has said many UK workers are denied basic rights such as maternity leave and holiday pay.
See BBC News for full story

Former Conservative Party director-general Sir Paul Judge has been accused in court by his ex-wife of failing to reimburse a charity of which he was a trustee with £14m.
See Times Online for full story

NSPCC Cymru has urged Welsh Assembly ministers to consider domestic violence "from a child's point of view".
See BBC News for full story

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