A website set up on the back of Marcus Rashford’s campaign to end child food poverty created an easy-to-use map for people who may need help with meals over the school holidays.
It’s covered in pins, demonstrating the scale of support for the initiative.
The Manchester United forward continued to tweet out organisations across the country who are taking part in the scheme, with hundreds geared up to provide food to vulnerable children during half-term next week.
It comes as Boris Johnson struggles to contain a growing rebellion among Tory backbenchers while as ministers doggedly spout their excuses why they resist demands for a U-turn on free school meals.
A series of senior Conservatives have warned Boris has misread the mood of the nation and they could vote against the Government if there is fresh Commons’ division on extending free meals in England during the school holidays.
Amazingly Keir Starmer has ended his policy of nodding through virtually everything Boris does and said Labour will bring the free school meals debate back again for a Commons vote if the Government fails to change its mind and provide the free meals for children until Easter.
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