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University staff who can’t afford to eat ask for campus food banks

Young academics and support workers at Leeds University are on the breadline as the cost of living crisis bites

Staff are asking universities to set up food banks because they are struggling with rising bills and say they cannot afford to eat properly.

As food and energy prices rise, the University and College Union says young academics teaching on casual contracts and low-paid support workers such as porters and cleaners are finding themselves on the breadline.

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