National media briefing: Brake, Action Against Medical Accidents, Amnesty International and Citizens Advice

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Use of hands-free phones should be banned from vehicles as well as hand-held ones, the road safety charity Brake has said.

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Government plans to make "wilful neglect" by doctors and nurses a criminal offence are only a small part of the changes required to improve standards, Action Against Medical Accidents has said.

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The human rights group Amnesty International has called on the football governing body FIFA to take a stance against the "abuse of migrant workers" in Qatar, the host of the 2022 World Cup.

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Energy bills have risen at a rate eight times higher than average earnings over the past three years, according to Citizens Advice

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