Poverty

Lockdown has pushed people "on the borderlines of deprivation" into further hardship, says England's chief medical officer.
The Church of England is willing to play its part by selling land and property. Now the government must play its role and stop thinking so short-term, Archbishop Justin Welby and Bishop Graham Tomlin write.
Tuberculosis was a Victorian illness, but people are still suffering with it. We spoke to a survivor and the people who saved his life.
The mayor of the hard-hit east London borough has also demanded more financial support for isolating workers.
Despite rising poverty fears and 800,000 losing their job, PM claims voters do not want ministers "focusing on welfare".
Giving families paltry provisions also removes their chance to shop so much smarter, writes Tara O’Reilly.
Boris Johnson's official spokesperson said the national free school meals voucher scheme would shortly be reopened.
A leading child poverty charity has slammed the plan, saying it "trades off education with health inequalities".
Families say ministers are using poor kids "to cover their backs" and excuse keeping schools open as Covid cases soar.
Single mums are among those placing sex ads, many for the first time, to pay for food and rent.