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Boris Johnson refuses to move on school meal vouchers

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Boris Johnson refuses to move on school meal vouchers

Boris Johnson refuses to move on school meal vouchers

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said the Government will make sure that ''nopupil in the UK will go hungry'', after MPs last week rejected legislationthat would have provided free meals during all school holidays from Octoberthrough to the Easter break.

Mr Johnson said the Government has given''specific sums'' to local councils to help support families in need.


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