Daily News Roundup – 26 November 2015

Categories: In The Media.

Why businesses should back Britain’s hospices

Daily Telegraph
The hospice movement is a great unsung British success story and the corporate sector has played a leading role in contributing to that success, writes business secretary Sajid Javid.

How to improve palliative care in England

Cross Rhythms
Heather Bellamy spoke with Professor Rob George, president of the APM and medical director at St Christopher’s Hospice, about the current failings in palliative care in England and his ideas for creating excellent palliative care for everyone.

The 30-year-old letter that a Darlington hospice was built on

Northern Echo
Today marks 30 years since a short letter caught Darlington’s imagination – could the town have its own hospice, St Teresa’s.

Spending review 2015 – what we heard from the chancellor

NCVO blog
Michael Birtwhistle analyses what yesterday’s spending review means for the voluntary sector.

Number of children dying from cancer in UK is falling, says charity

ITV News
The number of children dying from cancer in the UK each year is falling, according to new figures from Cancer Research UK.

From across ehospice editions:

Quebec to invest more money to improve palliative care

#LiveCompassion: When creativity meets compassion

How to remain hopeful at the end of your life

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