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Save the Children, the RSPCA's 'pony pensions' and Prince Charles's speech at the Alzheimer's Research Trust hit today's headlines

Save the Children accuses the Government of spending less on helping families in poverty than most other G8 nations.
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The Consumer Credit Counselling Service says more middle class people are seeking financial help.
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Neurological charity Brain Tumour UK accuses the NHS in Wales of under-reporting the occurrence of brain tumours.
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The RSPCA urges horse owners to invest in ‘pony pension' retirement plans.
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Prince Charles tells scientists at the Alzheimer's Research Trust's 10th annual conference that Britain faces a "dementia catastrophe".
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