Prince William visits James' Place to talk about male suicide prevention

The Duke of Cambridge has said society is not tackling the issue of male suicide “as fast as we need to” as he opened the latest centre of a charity supporting men in crisis. William toured the new London branch of James’ Place with co-founder Clare Milford Haven, who created the service after her son James took his own life aged just 21, and met a 58-year-old father who said he owed his life to the charity.

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