Suicide rates in England have continued to fall and are now at their lowest ever level, according to new figures.

The three-year average is now 8.5 deaths per 100,000, down from a baseline of 9.4 deaths per 100,000 in 1995.

The Department of Health has published a new guide giving advice on how to prevent suicides at local hotspots, such as railway bridges and cliffs.

Read more here

Suicide rates in England have continued to fall and are now at their lowest ever level, according to new figures.

The three-year average is now 8.5 deaths per 100,000, down from a baseline of 9.4 deaths per 100,000 in 1995.

The Department of Health has published a new guide giving advice on how to prevent suicides at local hotspots, such as railway bridges and cliffs.

Read more here