National Media Briefing

The NSPCC, Barnardo's, the National Obesity Forum and the United Learning Trust all make the news today

The chief executive of the NSPCC says more children at risk of parental abuse should be taken into care.
See dailymail.co.uk for full story

Barnardo's cautiously welcomes lie detector tests for sex offenders.
See www.mirror.co.uk for full story

The National Obesity Forum hopes a new food-labelling scheme will encourage restaurants to display calorie counts of menu items.
See dailymail.co.uk for full story

Two heads of city academies run by Christian charity the United Learning Trust have resigned.
See dailymail.co.uk for full story

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