Our latest press releases
Rethink Mental Illness statement on High Court ruling in Jodey Whiting case
Alex Kennedy, Head of Campaigns and Public Affairs, responds to today's High Court ruling where the family of Jodey Whiting lost an appeal for a new inquest to examine the role of the Department for Work and Pensions in her death.Read more Read more
Rethink Mental Illness responds to new Office for National Statistics figures on suicides in 2020
The Office for National Statistics published new figures this morning into the number of deaths by suicide that occurred in 2020.Read more Read more
Rethink Mental Illness responds to government social care reforms
Our response to the government's new health and social care reforms, and what it means for mental health social care provision.Read more Read more
Bereaved relatives and leading mental health charity call on DWP Secretary of State to launch public inquiry into benefits deaths and serious harm
Families who have lost loved ones in cases where the Department for Work and Pensions has been implicated in their death, have today written to the Secretary of State, Thérèse Coffey to demand a public inquiry into deaths and serious harm related to the benefits system.Read more Read more
Reforming the Mental Health Act: our reaction to the governments response to consultation
Today, Thursday 15 July, the government published its response to the Mental Health Act consultation. Mark Winstanley, CEO of Rethink Mental Illness responds.Read more Read more
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