Update: If you think what I said about the potato famine in Ireland in the 1840s was something that got fixed.
Here are a few quotes from Churchill from 1943 in response to the horrific famine in Bengal, made far worse by British policy in India, not much different from the role Britain played in the Irish famine, though the death toll, estimated at 3 million was far larger.
“If food is scarce, why isn’t Gandhi dead yet?”
“Relief would do no good. Indians breed like rabbits and will outstrip any available food supply.”
"Starvation of anyhow underfed Bengalis is less serious than that of sturdy Greeks."
That is pure Malthusian-Darwinist-Nazi style thinking. Those three lines of ideological theory belong together. Churchill was, obviously, ready to administer the deaths of millions of people if he thought it was in the interests of his people, that is the British aristocracy and the British monarchy.