National media briefing: Citizens Advice, NSPCC, 'postcode lottery' for wounded soldiers, Shelter Cymru

Charities in today's national media

National media briefing
National media briefing

People with disabilities are facing unnecessary extra difficulties when trying to tackle debt problems, according to the charity Citizens Advice.

See The Guardian for full story

The NSPCC has called for a clearer picture on the scale of child grooming, after a report found that more than 2,300 sex offenders have physically approached and groomed 2,000-plus children in the past three years.

See Metro for full story

Badly wounded soldiers are subjected to a "postcode lottery" of care on the NHS when they leave the armed services, charity chiefs have told MPs.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

More people in Wales are having to cut back on what they spend on food and heating to meet their housing costs, according to a Shelter Cymru survey.

See BBC News for full story

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