National Media Briefing

Epilepsy Research, Kidscape, Barnardo's, Brake and Citizens Advice are in the news

Epilepsy Research UK chief executive Leigh Slocombe explains Ohtahara syndrome, one of the conditions that affected Conservative leader David Cameron's son Ivan, who died yesterday.
See guardian.co.uk for full story

Children's charities, including Kidscape and Barnardo's, react to a news story about a 15-year-old prostitute.
See dailymail.co.uk for full story

Road safety charity Brake criticises the 12-week jail sentence given to Labour peer Lord Ahmed, who caused the death of another driver while texting at the wheel.
See mirror.co.uk for full story

Citizens Advice says the average amount owed by people seeking help with debt has risen by two-thirds since 2001.
See timesonline for full story

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