In the city where school meals first began, we looked at an under-reported aspect of holiday hunger.
Much has been said and written about holiday hunger in the past year or so. But the problem is nothing new.
School meals were introduced in Britain in 1907, with the first ones being served in Bradford. Almost immediately, there were calls to support poor families during the holidays as well, and the issue has been raised in Parliament dozens of times since.
The article pictured above, in the Telegraph & Argus in Bradford, looks at the history of the issue. You can read it in full here.