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25 April 2017
That’s the findings of a new report by a panel of cross-party MPs, who say the problem can be solved.
They’re calling on the Government to direct money – raised by its sugary drinks tax — to fund local councils to help end the problem.
Sky’s Tom Parmenter has this special report.
By Lamiat Sabin in Britain:
Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Welfare: Parents ‘skipping meals’ to keep children fed, new investigation finds
PARENTS are skipping meals because they cannot afford to buy food for their whole family, according to a new report revealing shocking levels of “hidden hunger.”
More than one in 10 adults do not have enough money to buy food
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