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War on Want wants living wage for Primark suppliers, Shelter welcomes 'mortgage holiday' plans and a North Sea charity swim is called off

Anti-poverty charity War on Want claims that high street chain Primark is paying foreign workers making clothes as little as 7p an hour.
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Housing charity Shelter welcomes Prime Minister Gordon Brown's ‘mortgage holiday' plans, announced in the Queen's Speech on Wednesday.
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Human rights organisations including Liberty welcome the European Court of Human Rights' criticism of police powers to hold DNA samples from suspects subsequently cleared of wrong-doing.
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Compassion in World Farming claims that 80 per cent of farms across five European countries carry out illegal farming practices.
See Independent.co.uk for full story

A Christmas fundraising swim in the North Sea to benefit Marie Curie Cancer Care has been cancelled because of rising costs.
See BBC News for full story

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