Boris Johnson: “I haven’t spoken to @MarcusRashford since June. I think what he’s doing is terrific.”— Lewis Goodall (@lewis_goodall) October 26, 2020
Goes on to say that he thinks holiday hunger is important but the debate is how it’s addressed. But no obvious change right now.
This is big potatoes: M&S, where the nation buys its underpants, comes out for @MarcusRashford #ENDCHILDFOODPOVERTY— John Sweeney (@johnsweeneyroar) October 25, 2020
Boris Johnson needs to reverse ferret fast. He's just lost Middle England.
Politics aside, the virus had made us all poorer. Feeding kids is good. Do that now. https://t.co/Y4xz3XDkEp
Government’s own social mobility commission backs @MarcusRashford campaign & demands free school meals in holidays until Covid restrictions lifted.— Ashley Cowburn (@ashcowburn) October 26, 2020
"We now need a much more ambitious programme to combat child poverty".https://t.co/S76i0jrQNH
"I totally understand the issue of holiday hunger."— SkyNews (@SkyNews) October 26, 2020
Boris Johnson has defended the government's handling of free school meals, following a campaign led by @MarcusRashford who the PM 'hasn't spoken to since June.'
Read more here: https://t.co/O2CiVjEKzX pic.twitter.com/JB0HMRVF2r
‘Boris Johnson really coming under a lot of pressure from @Marcusrashford’s campaign.’— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) October 26, 2020
According to reports today the Prime Minister could u-turn on free schools meals after increased pressure from Tory MPs. @Lornashaddick has the latest. pic.twitter.com/pMAHYWANwK
'The big mistake the Prime Minister has made... is not to have had a chat to @marcusrashford and let the world know he was talking to him.'— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) October 27, 2020
Lord @Jeffrey_Archer says he 'cannot understand' why Boris Johnson hasn’t made contact with Rashford to end child food poverty. pic.twitter.com/yy5Qh7dC1N
At Hillingdon Food Crisis Support Centre, which supports families in Boris Johnson’s constituency. There was record number of donations on the back of @MarcusRashford campaign this weekend. Anger about FSM vote is palpable, with several people asking: “Where is Boris? pic.twitter.com/KD6HhjiPR0— Aamna Mohdin (@aamnamohdin) October 26, 2020
Marcus Rashford is currently showing more leadership, empathy & decisive action than Boris Johnson has managed as Prime Minister in nearly a year. Keep going @MarcusRashford 👏👏👏— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) October 23, 2020
If we got every adult in Britain to speak up for children struggling with hunger as @MarcusRashford has, we'd never loses any votes in Parliament on child food poverty. Glad to be standing alongside so many @UKLabour councils + others #ENDCHILDFOODPOVERTY https://t.co/XQQoUMq4jJ— Stephen Cowan 🇪🇺🇬🇧 (@StephenCowan) October 23, 2020
Free school meals— Paul Johnson (@paul__johnson) October 27, 2020
Let’s all come together and work on this
-Nadhim Zahawi Business Minister @r4Today
September: @MarcusRashford writes to Boris Johnson asking for help
October: PM has been been in touch with Rashford, says Matt Hancock