Karolina Króliczek is a local reporter for Newham Voices, a local community newspaper based in East London. She is also the founder of PR Insight, the first bilingual Polish PR/Digital PR agency based in London.
The cost of living crisis has meant British pupils from low-income families are facing a brutal winter – should they eat or skip their meals and be hungry at school? With ongoing inflation, the current FSM policy is redundant and morally bankrupt.
The NRPF policy, known as the No Recourse to Public Funds policy, pushes immigrants to the poverty line. Nearly 1.4 million people in the UK are thought to have been affected by the NRPF, including up to 200,000 children.