Free school meals row deepens as councils and businesses vow to feed children over half term

Fiona Simpson
Friday, October 23, 2020

Local authorities, charities and businesses have offered to feed vulnerable children over half term after MPs voted down plans to extend free school meals.

Marcus Rashford has been inundated with messages of support. Picture: Manchester Utd/Twitter
Marcus Rashford has been inundated with messages of support. Picture: Manchester Utd/Twitter

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