12 thoughts on “Hungry children in Cameron’s Britain

  1. Baby starved to death in London

    A ten-month old baby starved to death in Westminster, central London, following government cuts to key services. The boy, whose mother was an asylum seeker, died in March 2010. His mother had been granted asylum but her benefits had been delayed.

    The government cut funding for the Refugee Integration and Employment Service a year before. This had provided critical help and advice to asylum seekers.



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