United Kingdom: Cases of Child Malnutrition on the Rise

Charlie Cooper, a collaborator from portal Kaoesenlared [es], published [es] an article on 13th March about the increase in cases of child malnutrition in the United Kingdom. According to FareShare and Kids Company, two charity organisations, many starving children come from immigrant families without work permits and who cannot apply for benefits. However, they have also reported cases of parents in employment who are finding it increasingly difficult to get by due to the high cost of living.

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