National media briefing: the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Guide Dogs, Cancer Research UK and mental health charities welcome Miliband speech

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Universal credit will hit low-income families, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation charity has warned.

See The Guardian for full story


Camden High Street in London is the worst place in the UK for clutter such as al fresco tables, advertising boards, bollards and cars parked on the pavement, according to a survey by the charity Guide Dogs.

See the London Evening Standard for full story


Women invited for breast cancer screening in the UK are to be given more information about the potential harms of being tested, following publication of an independent review, commissioned by Cancer Research UK and the Department of Health.

See BBC News for full story


Mental health charities have welcomed a speech by the Labour leader, Ed Miliband, that outlined his commitment to giving patients a legal right to therapies for mental illness.

See BBC News for full story

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