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In this podcast Hunger Hurts looks at how social policy is affecting UK poverty and how it can be changed. With excess winter deaths up by 29% in 2012 – 2013, more people are finding it harder to heat up their homes focusing on the UK energy policy.
Soup kitchens can be the only guarantee for some people to have a hot meal, Hunger Hurts visited St. Andrews church on a cold, wet winters night to see how the charity really does provide hope to those in need.
Hunger Hurts seeks to look at the causes of social deprivation through the political spectrum and what measures are being taken to eliminate poverty.
Poverty in Numbers examines relevant data related to UK poverty.
In this radio piece we look at why the people of Britain are hungrier than ever before, and the social impact food banks and other groups are having as they help those in need.