Matt Hancock on oil tanker & free school meals

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  • Sky News published this video item, entitled “Matt Hancock on oil tanker & free school meals” – below is their description.

    The Health Secretary talks to Sky News about an oil tanker hijacked off the Isle of Wight and the free school meals campaign. Mr Hancock said authorities did an “exemplary job” rescuing the crew onboard and confirmed they are safe. Meanwhile, he told Stephen Dixon that he’s ‘inspired’ by Marcus Rashford’s free school meals campaign but stands by government policy.

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