National Media Briefing: Keep Britain Tidy, Drugscope, Marie Stopes International and Age Concern/Help theAged

Charities in today's national news

Keep Britain Tidy has collected 13,000 red elastic bands dropped by postal workers and is calling on Royal Mail to reuse them.
See BBC News for full story

Drugscope says that efforts to cut the number of cocaine users have failed.
See The Daily Mirror for full story

Sexual health charity Marie Stopes International says the news that the cervical cancer screening age will not be lowered in England is "extremely disappointing".
See The Daily Mail for full story

Age Concern and Help the Aged say people over 65 are under-represented in cancer trials.
See BBC News for full story

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