Trussell Trust campaign to reverse the biggest overnight cut to social security since the Second World War.

On 6 October, the UK Government took £20 a week from the pockets of six million low-income families, cutting their incomes by up to a fifth as the cost of living is set to soar. This was the biggest overnight cut to social welfare since World War II and could see 1.2m people across the UK having to skip meals just to get by. Food banks will continue doing all they can to help people struggling to afford the essentials, but no charity can replace the dignity of having enough money to buy your own food.

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It’s all about people: visit Neil Thompson’s humansolutions website

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