Sat watching BBC morning news whilst having breakfast when they do a report on Save the Children's Report on child poverty. The poor woman interviewed, a single mother as usual, whittering on about rising costs of food, clothes etc. She then makes the statement "I myself have missed many meals to ensure my child has something to eat." Would have been a fair comment if she hadn't looked like she ate all the pies and weighed 14 or 15 stone. Didn't look a genuine poverty case so why, if it's a real concern, can't the BBC find under privileged people who look the part? Just asking.