Posted on December 23rd 2022 by Super Admin
Tagged: In the News

This ITV News report presents The Childhood Trust’s research that surveyed 280 school children (6-17yrs randomly sampled) and found that 40% are experiencing food insecurity, indicating the growing levels of poverty affecting children in the capital. The ITV News journalist Carolyn Sim interviews Helen and her two boys aged 9 and 11yrs who talk about the devastating impact of poverty and food insecurity on their lives.

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