11 biting responses to the Guardian’s question about free school meals

AS the UK budget looms and we all wonder whether Rishi Sunak can find a way to alleviate the economic pressures of, well everything, the Guardian reacted to rumours that the policy of free school meals for infants might be cut.

They framed it as a question.

The article featured responses to the question, from five people working in child education, and their responses gave a three-two victory to “yes”.

However, the question itself had an unfeeling manner that did not go down well on Twitter.

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Santiago Jones answered from a position of first-hand experience.

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