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Save the Children, eating disorder charity Beat and the Teenage Cancer Trust hit today's headlines

The Tory chair of the Commons Counter Terrorism Sub-Committee says the Charity Commission should be given more powers to monitor extremist groups.
See Independent.co.uk for full story

Save the Children asks Madonna to reconsider her plans to adopt a Malawian orphan.
See Independent.co.uk for full story

Eating disorder charity Beat says new research could lead to the development of drugs to treat anorexia.
See Mail Online for full story

The Who front man Roger Daltrey has asked Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher and Stereophonics singer Kelly Jones to take on organising Teenage Cancer Trust fundraising concerts.
See BBC News for full story

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