National Media Briefing: Save the Children, the British Red Cross, Breakthrough Breast Cancer and Asthma UK

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

The worst place in the world to give birth is the Democratic Republic of the Congo, according to Save the Children’s latest mothers’ index.

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Self-harm by self-poisoning has increased by more than 50 per cent across all age groups in the past 10 years, the British Red Cross has warned.

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Breakthrough Breast Cancer has said the Royal Bournemouth Hospital’s recall of patients for breast screenings is "extremely worrying".

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There are "alarming variations" in the number of people with asthma admitted to hospital in an emergency, depending on where they live, says Asthma UK.

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