Food Banks: No, They’re Not A ‘Popular Welfare Solution’

David Cameron’s discomfort over food banks typifies the right’s panic, confusion and denial over the causes of food insecurity.

Vauxhall Food Bank - photo credit: Newfrontiers via photopin cc

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  1. Food banks are not an answer top welfare but they are an answer to hunger and desperation Cameron once famously said if Tussell Trust stop saying that dependence on food bank is a result of welfare cuts he would shut down all the food banks

  2. Food Banks are a mark of a failed capitalist society, You cannot claim a country is in economic growth if you have a year on year rise in the numbers using food banks. As the rise in food bank usage clearly shows a rise in the numbers living in Poverty. whether in work or out of work. the rise in the number using the food banks shames a country as the mark of a decent society is in the way it treats its poorest and weakest members and as the past five years have clearly shown the Tory led coalition has done more damage then good.

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