Rise in Foodbank Clients: Unpicking the Data

More really good data on the rise and rise of Foodbank use under this government. Contrary to the assumptions of a few closed-minded people, only 4.25% of those needing help from Foodbanks are unemployed. The vast majority are working but struggling and left marooned in trouble by this government’s so-called ‘reforms’ – or ‘planned impoverishment’ to any sane person.

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  2. “The vast majority are working but struggling and left marooned in trouble by this government’s so-called ‘reforms’ – or ‘planned impoverishment’ to any sane person.” Well Said x

  3. I am a food bank volunteer and the sheer deprivation and misery which I see on a weekly basis is an utter disgrace.
    Most of the casualties I see are awaiting benefit reassessments,ESA tribunals or have recently been made homeless;they are decent people,bewildered and marooned in a system which is close to breaking point.We are their lifeline-literally!
    The ill-conceived and utterly stupid bedroom tax is adding to the mounting hardship: what a shocking state of affairs .

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