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To make vast number of humans, including, babies, children and young people, elderly and frail, ill and disabled and very many other most vulnerable groups of human beings, this happens across the globe in all current existing societies, including, the United Kingdom, exist, suffer and degrade and follow the route of perpetual perishing towards and away in agony of poverty, hunger, malnutrition, severe and acute malnutrition, cold and all the related reaches of this poverty into all domains and spheres, where humans are supposed to exist in, is: inhumane, brutal, barbaric, callous, vicious, jingoistic, cruel, degrading and torture and punishment without crime, without due process of law and by our existing human rights laws, cruel and degrading treatment and torture are prohibited. Now, who among the educated class, who among the thinking and contemplating being, can stand and tell the world, which part or parts of this all-consuming vice and viciousness of poverty is not cruel, not degrading, not cruel, not disfiguring and not uncivilised!

The Mother can not heat the baby's milk because her electricity meter ran out and she does not have money to buy electricity. She can not cook anything, even, if, she has something to cook because the same happened to her gas supply. She can not call anyone because her telephone company has cut her services. She can not bathe her children because there is no hot water. She and her family, young children and all shiver in the cold for heating is off, too. She, on top of all that, is utterly and absolutely in agony of absolute dehumanisation for she could not buy the sanitary towels so that, on top of all this, she is existing in this nightmare! Who among us humans ought to stand and identify, which of these listed things are not cruel and degrading and disfiguring and soul-destroying! Add to this the agony of watching one's children cold and hungry in a home, that can not keep them warm nor can it offer them the provision to wash themselves and all that is not cruel! Or, that another set of mothers and fathers, despite working, have to queue at food banks; elderly pensioners have free bus passes so that, unable to heat their homes, they walk and get on the bus and spend hours going nowhere, just to be warm!

Poverty is, like making people exist and perish away on the street, sleeping rough, being homeless on the street is all that: it is the utter and sheer disregard and contempt shown to humanity and let them perish away suffering all the while in agony. This cruelty can not and must not and ought not be accepted and it must end. It must end.


The Sixth Richest Country in the World: United Kingdom Where Exist Food Banks and Malnutrition and Poverty and Working Poverty  and Hunger and Rough Sleeping and Homelessness: And Still There are Organisations and People Here Too Who Stand to Fight to End These Scourges: Feeding Britain is Such a Charitable Organisation Led by People Who Won't Simple Take the Rhetoric Given to Them and Go Quietly and Live Their Own Happy Lives


|| This piece was published in The Humanion, Political Economics Section on April 26: 2017 || ά. The sixth richest country in the World: United Kingdom, where exist food banks and malnutrition and poverty and working poverty  and hunger and rough sleeping and homelessness. Yet, still there are organisations and people here, too, who stand to fight to end these scourges: Feeding Britain is such a charitable organisation, led by people, who won't simply take the rhetoric given to them and go quietly home and live their own happy lives. The Humanion presents this organisation in its own words: Welcome to Feeding Britain. We are an independent charity, established by members of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Hunger, to help put into practice the recommendations set out in the group’s Feeding Britain reports.

Our objective is to work towards a hunger-free United Kingdom by 2020. We are pursuing this objective by co-ordinating a series of projects to relieve and prevent hunger and working for reforms at a national level to reduce the nation’s vulnerability to hunger. In April 2014, All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry into Hunger in the United Kingdom:APPG commissioned an inquiry into the extent and causes of hunger in the United Kingdom. The Inquiry received four hundred submissions and took oral evidence in Birkenhead, Cornwall, Salisbury and South Shields. Additional evidence was gathered through a series of hearings in the House of Commons. The Inquiry’s report, Feeding Britain: A strategy for zero hunger in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, was published in December 2014. The evidence review, upon which, the Inquiry, based its recommendations can be read here.

Hungry Holidays: In April 2017, the APPG published the results of an inquiry on holiday hunger, containing recommendations on how to tackle hunger during school holidays. You may read the report on here

Feeding Britain: Six Months On: In June 2015, the APPG published a progress report on its early work and campaigns. You can read this document, Feeding Britain: Six Months On, by clicking here.

A route map to ending hunger as we know it in the United Kingdom: Feeding Britain in 2015-16: In December 2015, the APPG reported on the changing extent and causes of hunger in this country in the year since it first reported on this phenomenon. As well as an audit of the recommendations it made in December 2014, the APPG in this report laid out a fresh set of proposals for ending hunger as we know it in the United Kingdom. You can read the report here.

Britain’s not-so-hidden hunger: In April 2016, the APPG published a short report on its early attempts to begin measuring the numbers of people at risk of being hungry and the reasons why, as well as progress made on the proposals it set out in December 2015 to counter this vulnerability to hunger.

Feeding Britain was established as a charitable organisation in October 2015. We have been set up to implement some of the main recommendations made by MPs and Peers on the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Hunger.

Feeding Britain Trustees

Mr Frank Field: Chair


Mr Frank Field, the Chair of Organisation, is the Labour MP for Birkenhead. He served as Minister Welfare Reform between 1997 and 1998 and led an independent review into poverty and life chances in 2010. Mr Field was Director of the Child Poverty Action Group between 1969 and 1979, and in 1974 he worked as Director of the Low Pay Unit until 1980.

In September 2013, Mr Field wrote to the Prime Minister, expressing his concern that food banks were becoming ‘an institutional part of our welfare state’, and called on him to launch a public inquiry to help build an effective antipoverty strategy for families, who draw help from their local food bank. Mr Field helped set up the All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry into Hunger in the United Kingdom and submitted its first pieces of evidence on long-term trends in household income and expenditure.

Ms Rosie Boycott

Ms Rosie Boycott has a long and distinguished career history as a journalist, publisher and author, including having been the editor of several national newspapers in the UK. In 2008 she was appointed as Chair of the London Food Board to advise the Mayor of London on sustainable food policy implementation in the capital.

In October 2016, the new Mayor of London Mr Sadiq Khan asked Ms Boycott to lead the development of a new London Food Strategy to help the food system to work better to meet the needs of everyone, who lives and works in London. As Chair of the London Food Board, Ms Boycott writes regularly and speaks all over the world about the role of cities and the importance of food in combatting hunger and food insecurity, improving health, tackling childhood obesity and helping to reduce carbon emissions contributing to climate change.

Mr John Glen MP

Mr John Glen is the Conservative MP for Salisbury, home of the Trussell Trust. He grew up in rural Wiltshire as the son of a small businessman and was the first person in his family to go to university. Prior to becoming an MP, he worked in management consultancy and as a Director of Research for the Conservative Party. As well as being an MP, he now serves as a Governor at a local secondary school and sat as a Magistrate until 2012. Mr Glen is Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Chancellor of the Exchequer.

He co-authored an evidence paper with the Trussell Trust for the All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry into the United Kingdom, exploring how one centre, which started in a garden shed in Salisbury, grew to be a national network of emergency food banks.


Baroness Jenkin of Kennington

Baroness Jenkin became a peer in 2011 in recognition of her charity work. She is the chairwoman of both the Conservative Friends of International Development and the Sustainable Resource APPG. Baroness Jenkin is a Board Member of UNICEF and has worked for the Prince’s Trust.

Ms Emma Lewell-Buck MP

Ms Emma Lewell-Buck MP is the Labour MP for South Shields. Before entering the House of Commons, Ms Lewell-Buck worked as a child protection social worker. She, also, served as Councillor for Primrose Ward in South Tyneside and was the lead member for adult social care. Mr Lewell-Buck is the first woman and the first person to have been born within South Shields, to represent her constituency. She is a Shadow Minister. She submitted evidence to the All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry into Hunger in the United Kingdom, on the landscape of food assistance in this country.


The Right Reverend Tim Thornton: The Bishop of Truro

The Right Reverend Tim Thornton was made Bishop of Truro in 2008. Prior to that he was Bishop of Sherborne for seven years. He has been ordained for over 30 years and has served in several dioceses and contexts. He was Principal of the North Thames Ministerial Training Course and served as Chaplain to David Hope both in Wakefield and London. He is Trustee of a number of organisations, including the Bishop’s Forum, Transformation Cornwall and Volunteer Cornwall. He is Chairman of the Children’s Society, a national charity, working to help the most deprived children and disadvantaged young people.

Mr Andrew Forsey

At the Office of Mr Frank Field MP

Ms Laura Mason

At the Office of Mr John Glen MP

Member of Staff of the Organisaiton

Ms Rosie Oglesby, National Director

Ms Rosie Oglesby was appointed as the National Director of Feeding Britain in November 2016. Prior to joining Feeding Britain, Mr Oglesby worked for 13 years in international development and humanitarian response, including working with a local NGO, Green Hill, in Bangladesh, the Humanitarian Futures Programme, Action Aid International and UNICEF UK. At Action Aid she worked in the international emergencies team and was deployed to Jordan and Lebanon to establish Action Aid’s emergency programme to support Syrian refugees and to the Philippines following Typhoon Haiyan.

Through her career, Ms Oglesby has focussed on improving accountability to and participation of local communities in development programmes. She, also, has a particular interest in the role of the private sector and recently worked with Business in the Community, managing a programme to encourage businesses to support international disaster relief.

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