National media briefing: the Marine Conservation Society, Asthma UK, Stepping Stones Nigeria, and the Army Families Federation

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

The Marine Conservation Society has criticised supermarkets for "poor and confusing" fish labelling and has said retailers should do more to help consumers choose sustainable fish.

See The Guardian for full story


Lives are being put at risk because GPs lack the training they need to treat asthma, according to a study by the charity Asthma UK.

See BBC News for full story


Hundreds of children in Nigeria are being subjected to horrific violence after being accused of witchcraft, according to a report by children's rights charity Stepping Stones Nigeria.

See the Daily Mail for full story

 

 

More needs to be done for the families of soldiers suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, according to leading military charities, including the Army Families Federation.

See BBC News for full story

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