National media briefing: National Numeracy, Kick it Out, Bowel Cancer UK, and the Family and Parenting Institute

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

National Numeracy is asking employers to help workers boost their maths skills amid fears that poor ability is blighting Britain's economic performance.

See BBC News for full story 

Lord Ouseley, chair of the anti-racism campaign Kick It Out, has defended the organisation and blamed football authorities after a number of players boycotted the charity’s awareness drive at the weekend.

See The Guardian for full story

A quarter of bowel cancer patients are diagnosed after emergency hospital trips, according to results from a study of admissions data. The head of Bowel Cancer UK has described the situation as ‘deeply worrying’.

See The Guardian for full story

Children are growing up wishing they could spend more time with their parents, according to a survey by the Family and Parenting Institute.

See The Daily Mail for full story

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