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Shelter Cymru, Reprieve and the International Stress Management Association hit today’s headlines

Homelessness charity Shelter Cymru say hundreds of people could be at risk if Powys council votes to cut funding for the charity.
See BBC News for full story

The director of human rights charity Reprieve has accused US defence secretary Robert Gates of signing a "flagrantly false" affidavit to avoid disclosing evidence of torture.
See Guardian.co.uk for full story

British charity the International Stress Management Association has told people to lower their expectations of Christmas in order to have a good time.
See Mail Online for full story

The Duchess of Cornwall has been doing some last-minute Christmas shopping at the Emmaus homelessness charity shop in Gloucestershire.
See BBC News for full story

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