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‘It was necessary’: Marcus Rashford reflects on free school meals plea to Boris Johnson – video | Football


The Manchester United and England forward says speaking out personally about his experience of food poverty was ‘necessary to get the message across’ about ensuring vulnerable children are fed during school holidays. In a BBC documentary about his campaign, he says: ‘It should never be normal for somebody to feel how I felt.’ Rashford spearheaded two campaigns which forced Boris Johnson into high-profile U-turns over extending free school meals into the holidays for low-income families. Marcus Rashford: Feeding Britain’s Children airs on 21 December on BBC One.



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