National media briefing: Asthma UK, Jo's Trust, the Crimestoppers Trust, Cyrenians Cymru and the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Asthma UK has welcomed a new report that says the number of children admitted to hospital with severe asthma fell sharply after smoke-free legislation was introduced in England.

See BBC News for full story


Jo’s Trust
, the UK's only dedicated cervical cancer charity, has launched a campaign in Northern Ireland to mark national Cervical Cancer Prevention Week.

See BBC News for full story


The UK Human Trafficking Centre has launched a campaign with the Crimestoppers Trust and the Association of Chief Police Officers as a new report warns that thousands of people are being trafficked to the UK and forced to work long hours in squalid conditions for next to no pay.

See Metro for full story


Homelessness charities including Cyrenians Cymru in Wales have seen dramatic rises in the number of people using their services during the snowy weather.

See ITV News for full story


Prince William has made a video appeal to help the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity reach its target of £100m by 2023. 

See the Daily Express for full story

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