Kathleen Kerridge’s family food budget is £40 per week – to feed five people.
She says there is a big gap between the public perception of poverty and what it means for people like her. We should stop talking about poverty, she argues, until we know what being poor in this country really means.
This is a short film, published by The Guardian, which should at least make everyone watching it think seriously about their own beliefs and – perhaps – prejudices.
This Writer would be interested to read what the Tories who read Vox Political have to say about it.
Here’s the film:
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