National media briefing: Alcohol Focus Scotland, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Age UK and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Drink-related harm costs Scotland’s 32 local authorities £2bn a year, according to Alcohol Focus Scotland.

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A collection of photos taken by each of this year's Formula 1 drivers is being auctioned later this month to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital.

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Workers should be given more rights to work flexible hours in order to give older employees time to care for their partners or grandchildren, a report by Age UK says.

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Council tax bands should be adjusted so that those in higher-value homes pay proportionally more, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation has said.

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