Tell us: are you helping UK school children get free meals? | Education
Marcus Rashford has put pressure on the government to extend its free school meals voucher system for low-income families over the summer holiday period.
The footballer’s call – rejected by the prime minister – comes after the scheme in England was extended over the Easter holiday to ensure the 1.3 million children entitled to the free meals did not go hungry during the coronavirus crisis.
But the scheme has been beset with problems while many schools remain closed to most pupils, sometimes leaving local initiatives to plug the gaps.
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