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Baroness apologises for 'poor people can't cook' remark

A Conservative peer has apologised after suggesting one reason for the rise in food bank use is that poor people "don't know how to cook". Baroness Jenkin made the remarks as part of a panel that has put together a landmark report on how to address the number of Britons struggling to feed themselves.

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Welby: Party political approach to hunger will not work

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:

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