There are a number of nutritional strategies you could choose that will determine the specifics of your diet, but if this is all you're eating then I would be very concerned as it contains no healthy fats, no vegetables, and a lot of refined carbohydrates.
Other than the protein in the chicken, there are very few nutrients in the diet you listed. So with empty calories from the refined carbs and a lack of nutrients, your body will think it's starving and just hold onto fat!
Instead, focus on eating more natural whole foods. You can read around on this site (or your public library) for more specific strategies, but here are some mostly non-controversial changes I would suggest:
- Stop eating the noodles, flour wrap, and wheetabix. Theses are just full of empty calories.
- Add a source of healthy fats (e.g. olive oil, salmon, avocados, butter). Fat free diets have been mostly debunked by science, and are neither healthy nor effective.
- Eat lots of vegetables, especially leafy green ones.
- Add in whole carbohydrates - not too much, but a small helping at each meal. Examples are brown rice, sweet potatoes, and lentils.
- Fruit can be a good addition, in moderation.