People often visit foodbanks because they can't find work, but is it a good idea to have Jobcentre staff waiting for them there?
Should Jobcentre staff be housed in foodbanks?
Work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith wants to place Jobcentre staff in foodbanks in an attempt to offer the unemployed job and benefits advice.
Following a successful pilot in an independent foodbank in Manchester, a spokesperson from the UK's biggest network of foodbanks, the Trussell Trust, said it was looking into the feasibility of doing the same.
But since Jobcentre sanctions is one of the main reasons people give for turning to emergency food outlets, do you think it's right to allow their staff into these charitable premises?