Thursday, 25 February 2021


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More than 300,000 students facing unfair exam grading this summer, disability organisations warn

MORE than 300,000 students across England face unfair grading this summer, and it could hit them with decades of disadvantage, disability organisations have warned. Under...

Ben and Marina Fogle launch charity appeal to help other bereaved parents

BEN and Marina Fogle star in a new film about the pioneering pregnancy research by charity Tommy’s, which airs on BBC1 this Saturday (27...

Record year enables Everton in the Community to directly support more than 45,000 people

EVERTON in the Community has recorded its highest-ever annual revenue, enabling Everton Football Club's official charity to provide support to more than 45,000 individuals...

New biotech to drive forward research into potentially life changing Parkinson’s treatment

PARKINSON'S UK is creating a company solely dedicated to developing a promising drug to stop Parkinson's in its tracks. Previously, the charity funded a pioneering...

A Molecular Biologist has been awarded funding to support a new method of research into blood cancer

A bespoke research method that has never been used in the field of blood cancer before has now been made possible following vital funding...

Merseyside Police apologise for advert wording after public backlash

MERSEYSIDE Police have been accused of wrongly misrepresenting the law. It follows public anger after the forces staged a photograph with an advan brandishing the...

Tapeworm nasal spray drug trial aims to protect vulnerable kidney patients

UK researchers are launching a clinical trial to investigate if the drug niclosamide, usually used to treat tapeworms, can prevent COVID-19 infection in vulnerable,...

Charity calls on PM to drive better awareness of COVID-19 risks for people with learning disabilities

NORWOOD, a charity supporting those with learning disabilities and autism, has called for people with learning disabilities and their families to be given greater...
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