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Investment Week editor Lauren Mason
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Investment Week editor Lauren Mason

From today (Monday 10 May) until Sunday 16 May it is Mental Health Awareness Week, a campaign first launched by the charity Mind back in 2001, which has since become one of the most widely-recognised observances of mental health issues globally.

The aim of the campaign is to raise awareness of the existence of mental health issues, the importance of fighting any associated stigma and the need to support each other so that we can all achieve -...

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