The first Feeding Britain report was published in December of 2014 following an inquiry commissioned by a cross party group of MPs in to the extent and causes of hunger in the United Kingdom. The inquiry received evidence from hundreds of people and organisations across the country. 

Since that first report in 2014, Feeding Britain has continued to collect evidence from across the country to monitor the changing landscape of hunger, and reveal the hidden or less well known aspects of food poverty. 

Reports published by the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Hunger  

Feeding Britain: A strategy for zero hunger in England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland

An Evidence Review for the All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry into Hunger in the United Kingdom

Hungry Holidays

Feeding Britain: six months on

A route map to ending hunger as we know it in the United Kingdom

Britain’s not-so-hidden hunger

Hidden hunger and malnutrition in the elderly

Feeding Britain’s reports

The ‘Other Britain’ and the failure of the welfare state

Universal Credit & the shrinking household budget, October 2018

A Hunger Free UK, October 2018

Ending Hunger in the Holidays, December 2017

Feeding Britain’s evidence to policy inquiries

These are submissions we have contributed to different national consultations and inquiries on hunger and related issues.

Work and Pensions Select Committee consultation on sanctions, May 2018

DEFRA food and farming strategy consultation, May 2018

Ofgem Warm Homes Discount, May 2018

Universal Credit Report to Work and Pensions Committee, October 2017

Hunger Among Older People Submission to APPG on Hunger, October 2017

Ofgem Consultation on Prepayment meters, August 2017

Ofgem consultation on prepayment meters, November 2017