National media briefing: Shelter, the Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths, Jane Tomlinson and the Consumer Credit Counselling Service

Charities in today's national news

National Media Briefing
National Media Briefing
A growing number of people are paying rent or mortgages with money borrowed on credit cards, the housing charity Shelter has warned.
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The Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths, a cot death action charity, has criticised BBC1’s EastEnders for going too far with its latest cot death storyline. 
See the Daily Mail for full story
The late charity fundraiser Jane Tomlinson is one of the new entries in the latest edition of the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
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The Consumer Credit Counselling Service, the UK’s largest debt charity, has raised concerns about the rising number of pensioners becoming bankrupt.
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