Raising awareness of male suicide rates

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Raising awareness of male suicide rates

Londoners are today being asked to 'mind the chap - and that's not a slip of the tongue.

25,000 special Oyster Card Holders are being given out at tube stations this morning to raise to awareness of male suicide rates.

It's the single biggest cause of death among men under the age of 45 in this country.

James Scroggs and Will de Groot are from CALM, the charity behind the campaign.

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