National media briefing: the Resolution Foundation, the RNIB, Diabetes UK, Beat and the Family and Childcare Trust

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

A third of Britain is effectively off-limits to lower-income working families because private rents are unaffordable, a new report by the Resolution Foundation has claimed.

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Thousands of people are being put at risk of losing their sight unnecessarily because of variations in rates of cataract operations across England, a report by the RNIB has warned.

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A quarter of people with diabetes do not get the kidney checks they need to detect early signs of damage, Diabetes UK has suggested.

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The head of the eating disorder charity Beat has called for stricter regulations in dance schools over concerns that ballet dancers are not given enough support at a vulnerable age.

See The Independent for full story


The rising cost of holiday childcare could lead to more children being left home alone this summer, the Family and Childcare Trust has said.

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