Holiday hunger funding plans

Fiona Simpson
Tuesday, November 24, 2020

The government is providing £400m to tackle child hunger, but campaigners want more freedom over spending.

A further 900,000 families have been plunged into poverty by the pandemic, according to research from the Trussell Trust. Picture: The Trussell Trust
A further 900,000 families have been plunged into poverty by the pandemic, according to research from the Trussell Trust. Picture: The Trussell Trust

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