Media briefing: Kidscape, Brake, Marie Curie Cancer Care

A round-up of today's national news

Health charities are surprised by new figures that show abortion rates have fallen for the first time in six years.
See independent.co.uk for full story

Children's charity Kidscape criticises the Archbishop of Westminster for his refusal to comment on child abuse within Catholic-run children's services in Ireland.
See timesonline for full story

Road safety charity Brake calls for tougher driving tests and regular retests for older drivers.
See express.co.uk for full story

Sir Ranulph Fiennes hopes to raise more than £3m for Marie Curie Cancer Care after becoming the oldest Briton to conquer Mount Everest at 65.
See timesonline for full story

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