National media briefing: Kidscape, Shelter, Age UK and the Royal National Institute of Blind People

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Adverts aimed at children aged under 11 should be banned because they make young people obsessed with material possessions and money, a lobby of experts that includes the charity Kidscape has said. 

See the Daily Mail for full story

More than eight million people are one payday away from not being able to afford their mortgage or rent, according to Shelter, the housing charity.

See The Independent for full story

Almost a quarter of UK adults have lost track of at least one pension, throwing their retirement saving plans into a state of confusion, Age UK has found.

See London Evening Standard for full story

NatWest is to roll out 'talking' cash machines for blind and partially sighted customers as part of an upgrade to its ATM network, after working closely with the Royal National Institute of Blind People for the past year.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

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