National media briefing: Samaritans, the Sutton Trust, women 'more likely to dodge opportunities to donate', Church Action Poverty and Oxfam

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National media briefing
National media briefing

Samaritans is calling for more to be done to tackle the growing problem of suicide among middle-aged men in Northern Ireland.

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University tuition fees in England should be means-tested to allow students from poorer homes to pay less, the Sutton Trust has urged.

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Women are more likely than men to dodge opportunities to donate to charity, according to a report by the University of Chicago and University of California Berkeley.

See the Daily Mail for full story

Nearly half a million people are relying on charity to eat, according to a report by Church Action Poverty and Oxfam.

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