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Barclay responds to Rashford's volunteering

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Barclay responds to Rashford's volunteering

Barclay responds to Rashford's volunteering

Chief Secretary to the Treasury Stephen Barclay responds to Marcus Rashford's continued campaign for free school meals.

He states the best way to feed children is to protect parents' jobs.

Report by Odonovanc.

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