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Twickenham MP Munira Wilson.

Last week's spring statement from the Chancellor was a bitter disappointment for those looking for a helping hand to combat the soaring cost of living.

I was especially dismayed by the lack of support for the poorest households, with findings from the Resolution Foundation estimating that a further 1.3 million people – including half a million children – will be plunged into poverty.

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Donations hub the Prosperity Cafe.

Cathy Cooper worked for LWT, GMTV, and ITV, for over 30 years and is now a photographer and Volunteer Ranger for the Royal Parks.

I called it the Pavement of Tears when I first arrived. I had seen so many people, their eyes welling up with emotion when they stopped to offer donations or just to see what was going on inside this little family run Ukrainian café and restaurant in Twickenham.

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An article written by Cllr Julia Cambridge, Vice-chair, Education and Children's Services Committee

An article written by Cllr Julia Cambridge, Vice-chair, Education and Children's Services Committee.

Today - March 8 - signals International Women's Day – a global celebration of female success and achievements, and a poignant reminder of the struggles faced by women across the world in the march towards gender parity.

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