More turn to UK food banks as food and fuel bills soar


In Britain more are turning to food banks as food and fuel bills saw For many struggling families older people and the homeless one food hub in East London has been a lifeline since the COVID-19 pandemic hit Britain volunteers have been collecting surplus groceries from stores and distributing them to people who can't afford to buy food while the virus threat has now faded the need for food banks in Britain has soared Skyrocketing energy and food bills are pushing millions into financial hardship the cost of food and fuel has risen sharply too with inflation reaching 9% in April the highest in 40 years Charles De Ledesma London

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