CARE in the Media


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CARE welcomes live sports gambling ads ban on BBC Radio Derby

11th Dec 2018
Rachael Adams

CARE's UK Director Gareth Davies speak to BBC Radio Derby about the Remote Gambling Association's decision to ban betting adverts around live sporting events. The Remote Gambling Association (RGA) which includes major gambling firms like Paddy Power,

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CARE speaks out on FOBTs delay

8th Nov 2018
Rachael Adams

After the Government’s announcement in the Budget that the Treasury would be delaying the cut to Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (FOBTs) until next year, there was immediate backlash from MPs from all parties and Sports Minister MP Tracey Crouch resigne

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CARE challenges narrative that abortion is the only way

5th Nov 2018
Rachael Adams

Nola Leach, CARE CEO defends crisis pregnancy centres in the Telegraph. An investigation by the Sunday Telegraph found that Google Maps were leading women to crisis pregnancy centres that offered other options apart from abortion.

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Dr Gordon Macdonald in the Scotsman: assisted suicide and euthanasia should not be promoted

8th Oct 2018
Rachael Adams

CARE for Scotland's Parliamentary Officer Dr Gordon Macdonald writes for the Scotsman about the dangers of legalising assisted suicide and euthanasia.

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CARE talks about the importance of marriage

3rd Oct 2018
Rachael Adams

The Government has announced that they will seek to extend civil partnerships to couples of the opposite sex. CARE Spokesperson James Mildred said: 

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CARE CEO signs letter in the Guardian urging support for victims of trafficking

12th Sep 2018
Rachael Adams

Nola Leach, CARE’s Chief Executive, joined leading anti-trafficking businesses and charities by calling on the Government to support the Modern Slavery (Victim Support) Bill.

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Nola Leach writes for Conservative Home on organ donation

12th Sep 2018
Rachael Adams

CARE’s Chief Executive Nola Leach wrote for Conservative Home on the ethical and practical concerns related to moving the organ donation system to one of presumed consent.

Gordon Macdonald on BBC Radio Scotland: opt-out organ system won't work

4th Sep 2018
Rachael Adams

The Scottish Government should drop plans to move to an opt-out system of organ donation and focus on measures which have been proven to work, CARE for Scotland said on BBC Radio Scotland today.

The Economist features CARE article

30th Aug 2018
James Mildred

The slippery slope of assisted suicide is real, argues CARE's James Mildred in an online article for The Economist. 

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CARE talks about gambling advertising on BBC Radio

17th Aug 2018
Rachael Adams

As the Premier League kicked off again on Friday, CARE raised concerns that betting companies are side-stepping the ban on advertising to children by sponsoring football clubs and putting their logos on team shirts.

The Telegraph highlights CARE's polling

17th Aug 2018
Rachael Adams

  The vast majority of MPs do not think it is right that the Digital Economy Act makes non-photographic child sex abuse images available online, after age verification.

CARE’s James Mildred on BBC Radio Cumbria: opt-out organ donation does not work

8th Aug 2018
Rachael Adams

CARE’s Communications Manager James Mildred spoke to BBC Radio Cumbria and explained why CARE has concerns over plans to introduce an opt-out organ donation system in England.