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Two tales from the frontline of austerity | Letters

Two tales from the frontline of austerity | Letters

Universal credit’s effect on food bank use may be greater than statistics suggest, says Jane Middleton, while an anonymous reader eligible for £1.26 a month of the benefit wonders how many others are
Two tales from the frontline of austerity | Letters

Two tales from the frontline of austerity | Letters

Universal credit’s effect on food bank use may be greater than statistics suggest, says Jane Middleton, while an anonymous reader eligible for £1.26 a month of the benefit wonders how many others are
Survey Claim: ‘Hungry’ College Students Use Food Banks, ‘Poverty Naps’ to Survive

Survey Claim: ‘Hungry’ College Students Use Food Banks, ‘Poverty Naps’ to Survive

The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice surveyed college students to determine how many of them face hunger and "food insecurity."
Cruel and chaotic? No, in the DWP’s fantasy land, universal credit is a huge success | Polly Toynbee

Cruel and chaotic? No, in the DWP’s fantasy land, universal credit is a huge success | Polly Toynbee

In a visit to a jobcentre, staff told me all was fine. Off the record, others talk of brutal cuts causing starvation and despairCome with me on an eerie visit, where we step through the looking glass
In modern Britain, hunger has become normal. That is an outrage | Shaista Aziz

In modern Britain, hunger has become normal. That is an outrage | Shaista Aziz

The UK is a rich country, but food poverty is now a daily reality for many families. This is not inevitable • Shaista Aziz is a Labour councillor in OxfordThat the UN’s rapporteur on extreme poverty,
Trump's Trade War Has One Big Winner: Food Banks

Trump's Trade War Has One Big Winner: Food Banks

Is Trump accidentally feeding poor people as a result of his tariff tactics?
Tory policy announcements: duplicity and hyperbole | Letters

Tory policy announcements: duplicity and hyperbole | Letters

Guardian readers discuss the Conservative party conference, and the party’s political legacy so farDescribing the chancellor’s speech as “hyperbole that crumbles under scrutiny” is a kind way of
Tory policy announcements: duplicity and hyperbole | Letters

Tory policy announcements: duplicity and hyperbole | Letters

Guardian readers discuss the Conservative party conference, and the party’s political legacy so farDescribing the chancellor’s speech as “hyperbole that crumbles under scrutiny” is a kind way of
This brutal judgment on pensions is blind to the reality of older women’s lives | Polly Toynbee

This brutal judgment on pensions is blind to the reality of older women’s lives | Polly Toynbee

The sweeping decisions made by politicians about retirement age ignore the harsh consequences for millions of women Equality for women is not always a victory. Women and men’s entitlement to a state