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'Isn't Boris Johnson's conscience pricked?': Piers Morgan backs Marcus Rashford's school meals campaign

Independent Tuesday, 16 June 2020
Good Morning Britain presenters attack government's 'heartless' response to footballer's plea to support vulnerable families
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News video: Boris Johnson congratulates Marcus Rashford for free school meal campaign

Boris Johnson congratulates Marcus Rashford for free school meal campaign 01:16

Boris Johnson congratulated footballer Marcus Rashford for his campaign which forced the Government to provide free school meals during the summer. The PM told the press conference: “I talked to Marcus Rashford today to congratulate him on his campaigning, which to be honest I only became aware of...

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