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CALM urges PM to honour historic male suicide pledge with effective action

CALM urges PM to honour historic male suicide pledge with effective action

Press Releases   •   Jan 09, 2017 18:38 GMT

- Theresa May is first British PM to publicly recognise the impact of male suicide - Men’s charity CALM pledges to hold government to account on new suicide prevention strategy

Government Failing To Tackle Male Suicide Warn More Than 30 Top Charities

Government Failing To Tackle Male Suicide Warn More Than 30 Top Charities

Press Releases   •   Nov 18, 2015 20:27 GMT

With suicide biggest single killer of men aged under 45, MPs mark International Men’s Day with historic Commons debate; more than 30 suicide prevention charities urge Government to adopt four point plan; the charities are calling on the Government to overhaul how suicides are prevented in the UK and urge them to treat suicide as a major public health issue.