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Food bank use surged during the pandemic – but they can rarely provide all the help people need

By Wolf Ellis, Research student in Geography, King's College London
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Many families have faced a number of new economic challenges since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Although some incomes have been bolstered through a £20 weekly universal credit uplift or protected through the job retention scheme (furlough), it wasn’t enough to prevent a further…

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