Following Marcus Rashford's campaign, hundreds of businesses and community groups have stepped in to feed struggling families.
Welsh first minister Mark Drakeford said the move would help protect small businesses during the two week "firebreak" lockdown, but some aren't convinced.
Dozens of people have responded to Marcus Rashford’s anti-hunger campaign by offering to help feed families after the Tories refused to extend support over holidays.
It could put thousands of jobs at risk.
The end of furlough, ‘rule of six’ and 10pm curfew have combined to obliterate restaurants like mine. It’s hard to know how many will survive past Christmas.
Restrictions in the Liverpool City Region have shut gyms and leisure centres. But for many they are a vital tool for mental health as well as physical fitness.
Lockdown 2.0 comes with a greatly scaled-down level of support for workers, businesses and students – but the government has refused to budge.
Lord Agnew says businesses have their "heads in the sand", but are ministers doing any better?
Lord Agnew sparks backlash after telling businesses it's their livelihoods at stake if they don't get ready - despite uncertainty about the border.
Lifeline offered to "food-based" pubs such as Wetherspoons under new three-tier Covid alert system.