One of the biggest campaigns in a decade to end world hunger is being launched today, by a hundred charities across the UK.
Talking about the IF campaign to ITV Daybreak, Brendan Cox explained how previous campaigns have made amazing progress, but the one area that does need work is hunger.
He said the world's food supply needs to be redistributed and the G8 could be the moment the UK 'turns the tide' on this.
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