Yet again the media have looked at Caia and come up with sensational headlines- they are so lazy looking for people who have problems – never balancing with people who have actually managed to get out of the old ‘Caia Park’ mould and have made a go of things. No reference to the very many people who now own their house.
The whole shockbait title of the Daily Post article makes no sense whatsoever and must be fake news.
If the mums in question are able to cover food for their kids, as if they wouldn’t just spend the money they are allegedly spending on energy drinks to increase the food quantity they’re buying to cover their portion as well? And then drink tap water?
Energy drinks cost £1+
You can buy lots of basic filling foods that go a long way for quite cheap. Large bags of pasta, Bolognese sauce, a dozen eggs, loaf of bread etc…tins of beans.
I refuse to believe for a second that anyone is that stupid that they’d fail to budget in this manner. We have several budget food chains around town.
I acknowledge there’s some very hard up families who will need the food bank & will be starving as a result of extreme hardship. But I refuse to believe anyone is spending money to neck Red Bulls rather than eat food.
The original Daily Post article is written by someone called Bagnall. So it must be true.
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