National media briefing: the RAC Foundation, the British Red Cross, Citizens Advice and the Southmead Project

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

The RAC Foundation, the motoring research charity, has welcomed the news that the government is considering issuing only 12-month probationary licences to 18 year olds in a bid to reduce the number of accidents involving young motorists.

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The British Red Cross is to start collecting food for families in the UK who are struggling to feed themselves.

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Citizens Advice is calling on energy suppliers to freeze prices after SSE announced an 8.2 per cent increase in the size of domestic bills.

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The Southmead Project, a charity in Bristol, has said there is an urgent need for more specialist counselling for people with addiction problems.

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