England national football team

An article by the Daily Mail said the England footballer and anti-hunger campaigner has "splashed out" on "luxury homes".
Prime minister Boris Johnson rang the England footballer to tell him of the £170 million winter grant investment.
England footballer also rejected Ben Bradley's claim the meals for children increased welfare "dependency".
England footballer's key proposal to go before parliament after Labour trigger vote
England footballer's key proposal would ensure children receive food support over Christmas and other holidays.
The prime minister reversed his initial decision after a campaign by Marcus Rashford.
Former England international Paul Parker and ex-Wimbledon and Jamaica striker Marcus Gayle call for more action at Labour's party conference in Brighton.