Cuts to charity services are disproportionately affecting young people, analysis has found. The research looked at the impact of cuts to services provided by charities due to Covid-19 disruption and financial problems. This found that 17 per cent of under-25s have been unable to use charity services. In comparison only one per cent of over-65s said the closure of charity services is an issue, according to the research by investment firm James Hambro & Partners. Its research also looked at the extent of demand on charity services amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Read more.