National Media Briefing

Help the Aged, Médecins du Monde UK and Diabetes UK Scotland are in the national press today

Médicins du Monde UK accuses the Government of victimising immigrants with a crack down on ‘health tourism'.
See The Times for full story

Sales of ethical gifts are booming despite the credit crunch, says Christian Aid.
See BBC News for full story

Diabetes UK Scotland claims young people with the disease from deprived areas have problems accessing support services.
See BBC News for full story

Elderly people are struggling to release funds from their houses to pay care home fees because of the credit crunch, claims Help the Aged.
See The Guardian for full story

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