The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, says a party political approach to ending hunger in the UK "will not work".
MPs and the Church of England have joined forces to launch a new report about how to tackle food poverty.
ITV News Political Correspondent Libby Wiener is following the Archbishop's speech this morning in Westminster:
Party political approach to hunger 'will not work' says Archbishop Welby. 'Everyone needs to eat' @itvnews
Archbishop Welby says report's demands for govt support are 'not unreasonably expensive' #FeedingBritain
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A report by MPs and church leaders urges the Government to pay benefits faster and prevent supermarkets from wasting food to end UK hunger.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby said the plight of the hunger-stricken in Britain was worse than he had seen in refugee camps.