National media briefing: Victim Support, Comic Relief, Alcohol Concern Cymru and Tamba

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Javed Khan, the chief executive of the independent charity Victim Support, has said that police forces in the UK need to improve their reporting of child abuse crimes in order to build up a more accurate national picture.

See ITV News for full story

A Comic Relief sketch starring Rowan Atkinson as a fictional Archbishop of Canterbury did not breach broadcasting codes, Ofcom has ruled.

See BBC News for full story

Young people are increasingly using online supermarket delivery services to buy alcohol, figures by Alcohol Concern Cymru show.

See BBC News for full story

‘Multiple’ siblings will have closer bonds than siblings of different ages and are likely to be best friends until adulthood, research by the charity Tamba has found.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

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