National Media Briefing

The Stroke Association targets women, a charity that provides holidays for terminally ill children fails to find insurance and a Sunderland care home appeals for emergency funds

Children's charity Kidscape has criticised exam board AQA for including a Gary Glitter song on a list of 'related listening' for GCSE music pupils.
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The Stroke Association has called for working age women to have their blood pressure checked regularly.
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Caudwell Children, a charity that provides holidays for terminally ill children and their families, has failed to find a travel insurer for a 13-year-old girl with leukaemia.
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Sunderland respite charity Donna Claire Venture has said it will close unless it can raise extra funds.
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