Daily News Roundup – 22 January 2013

Categories: In The Media.

Charities afraid to challenge public policy amid retribution fears

The Guardian

Government must uphold voluntary sector independence or risk silencing most vulnerable members of society, warns inquiry.

Providing end of life care in a time of austerity

The Guardian – housing network

A survey commissioned by Home Group discovered that almost two thirds of councils across the UK will not be able to cope with the needs of terminally ill residents in the future.

Film of the week: Sue Ryder – Incredible care 

Civil Society

Sue Ryder has produced a short animation to support its new fundraising campaign – ‘Incredible care for incurable illness’.

Palliative care a postcode lottery

Belfast Telegraph

Terminally ill patients are denied adequate palliative care depending on where they live, a new report has found.

Woking Hospice bids for new counselling centre

Get Surrey

Woking Hospice has applied for a grant of £750,000 with the hope of building a counselling centre at its current site.

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