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First aid is not a statutory part of the school curriculum - and we think it should be.
A new British Red Cross report calls for action to stop an ‘endless cycle’ of avoidable hospital admissions among vulnerable patients. This could ease pressure on the health and social care systems.
Local authorities in England must do more in their local areas to provide services which prevent, reduce or delay the need for care and support.
Too many people have to reach crisis point before they receive the health and social care support they need.
24 Aug 2017
First aid education could contribute towards easing the pressure on A&E, a new report by the British Red Cross has found.
We are calling for changes to the asylum system to prevent people being left in desperate conditions without homes or jobs.
We believe everyone who needs a wheelchair should quickly and easily get one, for as long as they need it.
Two distinct laws offer a route to safety for child refugees in Europe. One of them is under threat.
10 Mar 2013
TV star and mum of two Amanda Holden is backing a Red Cross campaign to put first aid and humanitarian education on the school curriculum.
20 Nov 2015
The government has failed to back a Private Members’ Bill to ensure young people have the opportunity to learn first aid in secondary schools, despite mass public support.
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