National media briefing: the E-Learning Foundation, Age UK, St Dunstan's, the NSPCC, and benefits for lone parents

Charities in today's national news

National Media Briefing
National Media Briefing

More than half of teachers believe that children with no internet access are seriously disadvantaged in their education, a survey by charity E-Learning Foundation has suggested.

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Inflation takes a higher toll on the over-55s, Age UK's 'Silver RPI' measure has found.

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The public underestimates the number of troops injured in Iraq and Afghanistan, says military charity St Dunstan's.

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Charities have cricitised plans in a white paper that could mean lone parents losing some state benefits when their babies reach the age of one if they refuse to prepare to get a job.

See The Independent for full story

Amazon has removed a ‘paedophile’s guide’ ebook from its website after protests from customers and children’s charities including the NSPCC.

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