Loneliness is a 'silent epidemic' in older men

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Loneliness is a 'silent epidemic' in older men

Millions of men across the country are experiencing loneliness, but are suffering in silence.

That's according to new research launched today by the Jo Cox Commission.

It found that roughly 8 million men feel isolated but won't admit it to anyone.

The cross party group were in Camden this morning to spend time with members of the Men in Shed's Association, who combat isolation by learning woodwork in the borough

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