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Oxfam warns 1.75m families are poorer after ‘perfect storm’ of Coalition benefit cuts
The worst-hit 200,000 families in the country are losing out by £18 per w…

Oxfam warns 1.75m families are poorer after ‘perfect storm’ of Coalition benefit cuts

The worst-hit 200,000 families in the country are losing out by £18 per w

David Cameron’s constituency office calls police on food bank campaigners Bishop of Oxford and Reverend Keith Hebden

The government absolves itself of guilt for the crisis its policies have produced by blaming disabled and poor people for the             
    
    
The government absolves itself of guilt for the crisis its policies have produced by blaming disabled and poor people for the

Life of a food bank user: no gas, no cooker, benefits delayed

I just met Keith, from Watford.

He used to crew a Nimrod in the RAF. Now his most challenging miss

Hundreds diagnosed with malnutrition in Wales amid anger over dependence on foodbanks

Hundreds diagnosed with malnutrition in Wales amid anger over dependence on foodbanks

A disabled woman told she should share a bedroom with her ex-husband is the latest person to win an appeal against the so-called bedroom tax.

A disabled woman told she should share a bedroom with her ex-husband is the latest person to win an appeal against the so-called bedroom tax.


 






Figures from leading food bank charity the Turssell Trust show the number of food parcels given to children last year was 330,205 – out of a total of 913,138

 

Figures from leading food bank charity the Turssell Trust show the number of food parcels given to children last year was 330,205 – out of a total of 913,138