National media briefing: Rethink Mental Illness, the Sutton Trust, Beat and St Elizabeth Hospice

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

A report by Rethink Mental Illness says that cuts to mental health services are costing the NHS millions of pounds in the long term.

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A report for the education charity the Sutton Trust says that almost three-quarters of today’s university students will still be paying off their tuition fees when they are in their 50s.

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The eating disorder charity Beat says the popularity of selfies and the fascination with celebrities on social media have increased concerns among young people about their body image.

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An auction of clothes worn by the singer Ed Sheeran has raised £1,500 for the Suffolk charity the St Elizabeth Hospice.

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