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Save the Children targets UK

Save the Children launches its first ever British campaign, saying one in eight of the UK's poorest children go without at least one hot meal per day.

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Low-income working families hardest hit by recession

Low-income working families and their children face being pushed into greater hardship by soaring inflation and living costs, says Ishbel Matheson from Save the Children.

Speaking to Daybreak, Ms Matheson, added: "Children are seeing their parents argue more and mum and dad skipping meals."

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