Children’s food champion Marcus Rashford helped the food charity staff yesterday to make new friends.
Manchester United and England striker, 22, have raised £ 20m for FareShare.
He hit Manchester charity workers — the day after the MP broke his bid to extend school lunches.
This week, Marcus Rashford is a Tory lawmaker to make children feel “not a problem” after losing his bid to offer free school meals to the most vulnerable young people in the United States this winter. Was blown up.
Parliamentarians rejected the Labor Party’s motion to extend school lunches free of charge until Easter 2021 with 322 votes and a majority of 61 votes.
Manchester United stars ate free school lunches as they grew up.
After voting, he shared a long message on Twitter.
“A good number of children will not only be hungry tonight, but they will feel like they don’t matter and go to bed,” he said.
“We have to stigmatize, judge, and stop pointing. Our view is clouded by political parties. This is humanity, not politics.”
And he called on No10 to “sit around the table” again to come up with a new plan, “I’m not educated by politicians. Many people on Twitter reveal it today, I have a social education and I survived this. “
He finished the post: “These kids are the future of this country. They are not just another statistic.
“And unless they speak out, they will have mine. You have my words about it.”
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Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford Supports Food Charity After MP Refuses to Bid to Extend School Lunch
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