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  • Journal

    Loopstra, R., Reeves, A., Taylor-Robinson, D., Barr, B., McKee, M. and Stuckler, D.

    Austerity, sanctions, and the rise of food banks in the UK

    2015 - BMJ

    In-text: (Loopstra et al., 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Loopstra, R., Reeves, A., Taylor-Robinson, D., Barr, B., McKee, M. and Stuckler, D. (2015). Austerity, sanctions, and the rise of food banks in the UK. BMJ, 350(apr08 9), pp.h1775-h1775.

  • Journal

    Riches, G.

    Food Banks and Food Security: Welfare Reform, Human Rights and Social Policy. Lessons from Canada?

    2002 - Social Policy and Administration

    In-text: (Riches, 2002)

    Your Bibliography: Riches, G. (2002). Food Banks and Food Security: Welfare Reform, Human Rights and Social Policy. Lessons from Canada?. Social Policy and Administration, 36(6), pp.648-663.

  • Journal

    Lambie-Mumford, H. and Green, M. A.

    Austerity, welfare reform and the rising use of food banks by children in England and Wales

    2015 - Area

    In-text: (Lambie-Mumford and Green, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Lambie-Mumford, H. and Green, M. (2015). Austerity, welfare reform and the rising use of food banks by children in England and Wales. Area, 49(3), pp.273-279.

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