The british government is still the ration cards to hand out after the campaign, Rashford
16 June, 2020 15:57
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The British government on Tuesday decided during the summer to deal with the distribution of food vouchers to over 1.3 million children. The government has decided that the life of the plan, to renew, after a campaign by the Manchester United attacker Marcus Rashford.
The British government wanted to be in the summer, stop by the schools and distributed free meals to the poorest families, but a spokesperson for the prime minister, Boris Johnson reported on Tuesday that the plan still remains the same. There will be a 120-million-pound (about 134 million) has been earmarked.
“The prime minister understands very well that the children and their parents through the coronapandemie during the summer in an unprecedented situation,” said the spokesman, ahead of a debate in the european parliament. “That is why we are in the heat of summer, COVID-19-voedselfonds the same.”