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MP Robert Halfon explains why he supported Labour motion to extend Free School Meals

News / Wed 21st Oct 2020 at 06:50pm

HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has voted for a Labour motion to extend free school meals until the spring of 2021.

However, the motion was defeated by 322 votes to 261. A majority of 61.

Soon after the vote, Mr Halfon produced a video from his office explaining why he voted with the motion.

More reaction will follow.

Comments

Kthe5
£7 million to rebrand Highways England (why?)
£12 billion to Typhoid Dido and Serco for a failed test & trace system.
£7,000 per day to Covid ‘consultants’

But it’s OK for kids to go hungry.

At least RH was one of the very few to have some conscience.
Will Pfiffelred the Ovenready U-Turn yet again?

Maureen Gladding

Well done in putting our children first before politics. Shame on the others who voted against it.

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3 Comments for MP Robert Halfon explains why he supported Labour motion to extend Free School Meals:

kthe5
2020-10-21 19:12:04

£7 million to rebrand Highways England (why?) £12 billion to Typhoid Dido and Serco for a failed test & trace system. £7,000 per day to Covid 'consultants' But it's OK for kids to go hungry. At least RH was one of the very few to have some conscience. Will Pfiffelred the Ovenready U-Turn yet again?

Edward Vine
2020-10-21 22:51:03

Very well done Robert. No child should go hungry and no child should be left behind.

Maureen Gladding
2020-10-22 09:49:38

Well done in putting our children first before politics. Shame on the others who voted against it.

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