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Comic Relief, Action for Children, Living Streets, the RNIB and Breast Cancer Campaign are in the news

Sector leaders are reluctant to speculate on whether this year's Comic Relief fundraising total will defy the recession.
See BBC News for full story

Action for Children welcomes news of a compulsory training regime for children's services directors ahead of the publication of Lord Laming's nationwide review of child protection measures.
See The Independent for full story

Public spaces charity Living Streets criticises plans to reduce the time pedestrians have to cross roads.
See The Daily Mail for full story

The RNIB welcomes publishers' plans to print best-selling books in extra-large type.
See The Daily Telegraph for full story

Celebrity Kerry Katona is auctioning a breast implant on eBay to raise money for Breast Cancer Campaign.
See The Daily Mail for full story

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