National media briefing: Legal aid cuts, Save the Children, National Federation of Women's Institutes, billionaires to donate money in wills

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National media briefing
National media briefing

The Government's cuts to the legal aid budget for disabled people appealing against benefits decisions could end up costing more in the long-term, a group of 24 national charities, including Mind, Sope and Mencap, has warned.

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More than 20,000 children will die from preventable diseases today as the global population reaches seven billion, according to a new report by Save the Children.

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More women living in abusive relationships will be killed or driven to suicide if the government pushes through cuts to legal aid, the National Federation of Women’s Institutes has warned.

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Sir Richard Branson, the Virgin billionaire, Charles Dunstone, the co-founder of The Carphone Warehouse, and Jacob Rothschild, the investment banker and patriarch of the Rothschild family, have promised to giveaway a combined sum of nearly half a billion pounds to charity in their wills.

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