School meal

Furloughed mother of two Lexi Ellison, from North Shields, does not know how she will manage to feed her son Jacob for 10 days with the free school meals package she received. Ellison doesn’t blame Jacob’s school but firmly places the responsibility on the government and applauds Marcus Rashford and other celebrities who have helped to raise awareness and action.
The health secretary repeatedly refused to answer if he regretted voting against the extension of free school meals.
One mother posted a photo of a package she had received during lockdown which was estimated to contain about £5 worth of food.
Government says it will "urgently" look into matter after one mother shared a picture saying her parcel for 10 days contained just £5 worth of food.
Schools will have prepped for the week ahead – and now fridges full of perishable food will have to be binned.
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.
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A voter's Facebook post about UC covering the cost of children's meals is circulating among Tory MPs - but is it "tin eared"?