Daily News Roundup – 7 May 2013

Categories: In The Media.

Social care bill: why we need to overhaul our unsustainable system
The Guardian

As the government prepares to unveil its care and support bill, former minister Paul Burstow calls for a new approach to delivering care 

Breast cancer rates in under-50s at record high

Much of the UK media are covering the release of data that indicates breast cancer rates in the under-50s are now at a record high. 

Age reform at heart of Queen’s speech
Age UK

The funding of social careand pension shortfalls will all be among the issues addressed in the Queen’s speech on May 8. 

Marathon mum raises £26k for hospice

A woman whose baby daughter died last year has raised thousands of pounds running for charity, and now she is preparing to take on the Belfast Marathon. 

Paul wins Citroen C1 in Rowans Hospice raffle
Portsmouth News

Paul Morton didn’t enter the Rowans Hospice raffle thinking he would love to win a car. 

Chris Evans visits Demelza House hospice
Kent Online

TV and radio presenter Chris Evans visited the area on Monday to open a playground, complete with pirate ship, at Demelza Hospice Care for Children. 

Lottery winners roll up sleeves to transform garden at children’s hospice
Daily Record

Volunteers worth £30million donate their time and money to CHAS to bring cheer into lives of sick kids and their families at Robin House. 

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