National media briefing: the E-Learning Foundation, Age UK, St Dunstan's, the NSPCC, and benefits for lone parents

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National Media Briefing
National Media Briefing

More than half of teachers believe that children with no internet access are seriously disadvantaged in their education, a survey by charity E-Learning Foundation has suggested.

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Inflation takes a higher toll on the over-55s, Age UK's 'Silver RPI' measure has found.

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The public underestimates the number of troops injured in Iraq and Afghanistan, says military charity St Dunstan's.

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Charities have cricitised plans in a white paper that could mean lone parents losing some state benefits when their babies reach the age of one if they refuse to prepare to get a job.

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Amazon has removed a ‘paedophile’s guide’ ebook from its website after protests from customers and children’s charities including the NSPCC.

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