Homeless and penniless – the food bank users with nowhere else to turn via The Guardian

Government ministers may insist that soaring demand for food banks may have nothing to do with welfare reform, but for Louise, a homeless, quietly distressed 31-year-old unemployed ex-care worker, the link is clear.

Read full article at The Guardian: http://m.guardian.co.uk/society/2013/jul/11/food-bank-homeless-penniless

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One Response to Homeless and penniless – the food bank users with nowhere else to turn via The Guardian

  1. Pingback: Too much, too fast: the government’s ‘welfare revolution’ starts to unwind | Politics | The Guardian « Dr Alf's Blog

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