Daily News Roundup – 27 November 2012

Categories: In The Media.



A look into end of life care and how hospitals treat the terminally ill, including a panel discussion with health minister Norman Lamb.

Liverpool Care Pathway: minister orders independent review

The Guardian

Norman Lamb says dignity in final hours of life demands patients and families are involved in care decisions.

Help the Hospices welcomes independent review into the Liverpool Care Pathway

Help the Hospices

Heather Richardson, national clinical lead for Help the Hospices, comments on the announcement of an independent review, announced yesterday by Norman Lamb.

Charity: More help needed for cancer carers

Sky News

If carers are left to struggle by themselves it can cost them their own health and even their job, warns Macmillan Cancer Support.

Small Charitable Donations Bill moves to House of Lords

Civil Society

Amendments to the small charitable donations bill that will make the gift aid small donations scheme more accessible to smaller and newer charitable and community organisations have been passed by the House of Commons as the Bill heads to the House of Lords. 

St Michael’s Hospice 20th anniversary celebration at Winchester Cathedral

This is Hampshire

More than 700 people were present for St Michael’s Hospice 20th anniversary celebration last Friday. 

Beyton: Students record Christmas album for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice

East Anglian Daily Times

Students and staff from Beyton Middle School near Bury St Edmunds are recording a Christmas album to raise money for the hospice. 

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