Wrongly convicted Andrew Malkinson using food bank as he awaits payout

 

 

Andrew Malkinson, who spent 17 years in jail for a crime he did not commit, has described having to use a food bank and struggling to survive on universal credit while he waits for compensation.

Writing in the Guardian, Malkinson said that while the public might think he had been paid millions by the state after he was exonerated last summer, he was still living in penury as he navigated the compensation system…

Read the full article by Emily Dugan on The Guardian here

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