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'Do the right thing' - Rashford urges government U-turn on free school meals

The England international has his sights set on "something much bigger than football" as he looks to persuade the government to change its approach
Marcus Rashford has vowed to continue his fight for free school meals, stating combating child poverty is "something much bigger than football".
United Kingdom prime minister Boris Johnson on Monday rejected a plea from England international Rashford for children who qualified for the food voucher scheme during the coronavirus lockdown to carry on receiving them after the academic year ends.
The Manchester United forward responded by tweeting: "We aren't beaten yet, stand strong for the 200,000 children who haven't had a meal to eat today and keep retweeting #maketheUturn."

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