National media briefing: the Campaign to Protect Rural England, Macca and the Teenage Cancer Trust, the International Longevity Centre UK, and the Alzheimer's Society

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

The Campaign to Protect Rural England says the definition of "sustainable development" is too vague to govern planning.

See Metro for full story

Sir Paul McCartney has rearranged his world tour to bring his arena show to London for a Teenage Cancer Trust event at the Royal Albert Hall.

See The Sun for full story

With a third of babies born this year expected to live to 100, the International Longevity Centre UK has warned that for many the future will mean social isolation as they outlive friends and members of their families.

See The Guardian for full story

The Alzheimer’s Society has warned that the number of people with dementia is going to "rise exponentially".

See The Independent for full story

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