Marcus Rashford tells of childhood poverty in campaign for free school meals – BBC News

The England and Manchester United footballer Marcus Rashford has been speaking about his own experiences of poverty and being short of food as a child.

He was describing his childhood as he campaigned for the government to provide free school meal vouchers for vulnerable children throughout the school holidays.

He’s written to every MP for support after helping to raise £20 million for food for low income families during the lockdown.

Fiona Bruce presents BBC News at Ten reporting by Elaine Dunkley.

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