PMQs: Corbyn and May on foodbank for low-paid staff

The prime minister was asked about the business department opening a food bank for its lower-paid staff in central London.

Jeremy Cortyn also spoke about a Norfolk school opening one for its pupils, as the party leaders traded statistics about poverty and wage levels.

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