Daily News Roundup – 29 October 2014

Categories: In The Media.

First-class duo putting a unique stamp on fundraising for St Andrew’s Hospice

Grimsby Telegraph

A pair of philatelists are putting their own stamp on fundraising for St Andrew’s Hospice – hosting a first-class auction for the charity.

Downtown Abbey star Brendan Coyle appears at Corby hospice fundraiser

Northamptonshire Telegraph

Actor Brendan Coyle, one of the stars of the hit ITV drama Downton Abbey, was the special guest at a fundraising concert for Lakelands Hospice organised by a dedicated teenager.

Art from the heart: hospice patients show their work in John Lewis

This is Local London

Creative patients at Michael Sobell Hospice in Northwood are currently exhibiting their artwork at John Lewis in Watford, to raise money for the charity.

Assisted Suicide Bill warnings made

The Courier

Proposals to legalise assisted suicide must be clarified to avoid people “falling through the gaps” and ending up in the courts, MSPs have been told.

Cancer Drugs Fund ‘papers over cracks’, says charity

BBC News

A fund to pay for cancer drugs that are not available on the NHS “papers over” deeper drugs pricing issues, according to charity Breakthrough Breast Cancer.

Ebola aid appeal launched by Disasters Emergency Committee

BBC News

An appeal for the Ebola crisis in West Africa is to be launched by the Disasters Emergency Committee.

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