In mid November I spent a week in Calais, volunteering for a charity called Refugee Community Kitchen, which provides food for the refugees who live in and around the city. Since the destruction of the Jungle camp last Autumn, the situation in Calais has barely made the news.
I came across this video on Facebook today. I'm going to let it speak for itself, but its about how some young people in tough areas make money. Although I don't know where in London the interview was shot, the issues are likely to be fairly prevalent in areas like Peckham.
It's not uncommon for young people from broken families in these areas, to sell drugs to make money. On occasion where that young person is robbed, they may have to commit crimes to pay the dealer back for the drugs or 'food' that they were given to sell.
It's pretty hard-hitting, but definitely worth a watch.