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Rashford has Johnson grovelling again – but this time is different

Analysis: decision to swiftly accept failings over latest free school meals scandal marks change of approachOnce again, Marcus Rashford has scored aga

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Analysis: decision to swiftly accept failings over latest free school meals scandal marks change of approach

Once again, Marcus Rashford has scored against the government, after Boris Johnson was forced to admit at prime minister’s questions that food parcels being sent to England’s poorest families were “appalling” and “an insult”.

Keir Starmer attacked the prime minister for trying to dodge the blame, pointing out that the stingy-looking packages – pictures of which had been shared by Rashford, and by furious parents, on social media – appeared to reflect government guidance.

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