NSPCC reports 15% rise in calls to children’s helpline as concerns grow over long waiting times for mental health services

A children’s helpline conducted more than 60 counselling sessions on suicide every day last year with children as young as 10 reporting suicidal thoughts, according to the NSPCC children’s charity.

The figures from Childline represent a 15% increase on the previous year.

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