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One volunteer at Trussell Trust-run food bank in Waterloo, who had been helping the charity for more than a year, said that he regularly saw the same people claiming more food parcels than they were in entitled to.
Staff at Nottingham’s Citizens’ Advice Bureau handed out a food bank voucher to an undercover Mail on Sunday reporter entitling him to a generous three days’ worth of shopping –without even asking for any identification.
A Mail on Sunday investigation has also found inadequate checks on who claims the vouchers, after a reporter obtained three days’ worth of food simply by telling staff at a Citizen’s Advice Bureau – without any proof – that he was unemployed.
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Once received, the vouchers can be exchanged for three days’ worth of food at an allotted centre.
Our reporter Ross Slater, pictured, arrived at the CAB office near the city’s railway station to enquire about food vouchers.