Barrow Foodbank raises fears over inflation rise projections



Barrow Foodbank is worried more people will struggle to pay their bills and have to rely on the three-day emergency parcels they give out.
The fears have been raised after new figures showed that inflation in consumer prices had risen to its highest point in two years.
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The boss of Tesco in the UK says the rising food inflation could be "lethal" for people struggling to get by each week.
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Barrow Foodbank, which is based at Abbey Road Baptist Church but has satellite sites in Ulverston... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 48
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