National media briefing: National Youth Theatre, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Missing People and Sense

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Doctor Who star Matt Smith has been named as the latest patron of the National Youth Theatre.

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A couple with two children now need to earn £36,800 a year between them to have a "socially acceptable" standard of living, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation says.

See BBC News for full story

Kate McCann is beginning a new role as official ambassador for the UK charity Missing People and is launching a billboard campaign searching for the nation’s missing people.

See The Sun for full story

Sense has urged the government to "stop stalling" on social care reforms, after a survey found that one in five deafblind people receives no support at all.

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