in

In U.K. Cost-of-Living Crisis, Some Workers Struggle to Feed Children


When her two sons ask for snacks she can no longer afford, Aislinn Corey, a preschool teacher in London, lays down a blanket on the floor and plays “the picnic game.” She takes an orange or an apple collected from her preschool’s food bank and slices it in thirds to be shared.

“We do it as an activity,” she said. “So they don’t know that mummy is struggling.”

She says dinners are often reduced to “pasta pasta pasta,” and she sometimes skips the meal entirely so there is…



Read the Full Article Here nytimes

Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

A technology enthusiast and a passionate writer in the field of information technology, cyber security, and blockchain

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Listen To This: The Story Of…

Mortgage interest rates fall for the third week in a row to 6.2% – down from 6.23%