Amy-Beth and Chris are both young parents who are care experienced, and fighting for a better life for kids and themselves. Young people leaving the care system are more likely to be living in poverty than the rest of the population.In this short documentary, HuffPost UK and The Ferret follow two care experienced young people trying to break that trend – and help change the system for future generations.Just Surviving: A Decade Of Austerity In Scotland is a four-part documentary series. It investigates the urgent issues facing vulnerable people in Scotland in the aftermath of austerity.We visit some of its worst-hit areas, including Dundee, Fife and Glasgow, to hear from those impacted by rising poverty rates, cuts in services for disabled people and an increase in drug-related deaths.
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Shadow education secretary opens up about her tough upbringing.