Cherie takes on Diana's role

21st September 2001 at 01:00
Cherie Booth, the Prime Minister's wife, has succeeded Princess Diana as president of children's charity Barnardo's. The post had remained vacant since Diana's death. Ms Booth said she had agreed to take on the role because, as a mother, she knew how difficult it could be to raise children. Barnardo's this week launched an educational website themed around citizenship. See www.barnardos.org.ukfuturecitizens.

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