Correlation doesn't always prove causation, but it's no coincidence that food bank usage has gone up as benefits get slashed

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Correlation doesn't always prove causation, but it's no coincidence that food bank usage has gone up as benefits get slashed Empty Correlation doesn't always prove causation, but it's no coincidence that food bank usage has gone up as benefits get slashed

Post by echidna on Wed 25 Apr 2018 - 14:10

Correlation doesn't always prove causation, but it's no coincidence that food bank usage has gone up as benefits get slashed
https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/food-banks-poverty-benefit-cuts-family-support-children-a8319921.html

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