The soaring number of starving Britons who rely on food banks is a national “emergency”, experts have warned. Writing in the British Medical Journal, the group of scientists and officials said the impact on children was particularly worrying because they could face a lifetime of health problems.Read More
Author: Tippa Naphtali
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