National media briefing: Young Epilepsy, Relationship Scotland, criticism of international aid spending and African Health Policy Network

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Charities, including Young Epilepsy, have called for urgent action after a new report revealed children who suffer from epilepsy face a "profoundly concerning" variability in the quality of care they receive, depending on where they live.

See The Independent for full story


Adultery websites are creating pressure on women to offer sex and they are in danger of being exploited, the charity Relationship Scotland has warned.

See the Daily Record for full story


Britain is giving hundreds of millions of pounds in development aid to wealthy countries, according to a Sunday Telegraph investigation.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story


African-led community groups across England have identified cases of faith leaders who tell people with HIV to stop taking their life-saving drug, according to the charity African Health Policy Network.

See BBC News for full story

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