National Media Briefing

Medecins Sans Frontieres, the NSPCC and the Variety Club hit today's headlines

Médecins Sans Frontières says that the cholera epidemic in Zimbabwe could last until well into 2009.
See BBC News for full story

The NSPCC and Oxfam say they may have to make job cuts in the light of the economic slowdown.
See BBC News for full story

Charities are warning that around 150,000 pensioners may have to sell their home to pay for care.
See Telegraph.co.uk for full story

A clown booked to entertain disadvantaged children on a flight organised by the Variety Club was strip-searched by security guards at Birmingham airport because they feared he could be a terrorist.
See Times Online for full story

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