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School meals: Pressure mounts on government to reverse decision

BBC News Sunday, 25 October 2020
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Food banks have started receiving donations from members of the public wanting to help families struggling without free school meals over half-term. It comes as the government refuses to back down to public pressure, led by footballer Marcus Rashford, calling for the free school meals scheme to be...

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