National Media Briefing: Action on Elder Abuse, Building Bridges for Peace, ChildLine, Ramblers Scotland and Diabetes UK

Today's charity-related national news stories

Action on Elder Abuse criticises the planned direct payments scheme for social care.
See BBC News for full story

Jo Berry, daughter of Conservative MP Sir Anthony Berry, who was killed in the Brighton Grand Hotel bombing in 1984, has launched a charity.
See BBC News for full story

Ramblers Scotland calls for the number of charity walks on Britain’s highest peaks to be restricted because  it says the events are causing environmental damage.
See
The Daily Telegraph for full story

Diabetes UK says seven million people in the UK have early signs of diabetes.
See The Daily Telegraph for full story

ChildLine has launched an online service for children.
See BBC News for full story

 

 

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