in the latest instalment of ‘the tories like to starve children’: a private company called chartwells has been awarded a government contract to supply for £30 worth of food that should feed a family for ten days.

apparently – as we can see above – this amounts to loaf of bread, some cheese, a tin of beans, two carrots, two bananas, three apples, two potatoes, a bag of pasta, three frubes, two soreen bars and a tomato.