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Boris Johnson eyes more 'holiday clubs' as alternative to extending free school meals

WorldNews Tuesday, 27 October 2020
Boris Johnson eyes more 'holiday clubs' as alternative to extending free school mealsThe government is looking at setting up more "holiday clubs" across the UK to make sure children are fed over the school break, a minister has said. The Holiday Activity and Food programme is currently being run as a pilot in 17 local...
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