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There’s growing pressure on the government to reverse it’s decision, refusing to fund meals for disadvantaged children during school holidays. A number of Conservative MPs and Councils have called on Boris Johnson to think again. Meanwhile thousands of children’s doctors have added their support to the campaign by the footballer Marcus Rashford. Tina Daheley presents BBC News reporting by political correspondent Nick Eardley.BBC News YouTube Channel
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