By David Shukman”What you can expect from this week’s Daily Mail”This week’s headlines and articles:”Britain’s new school lunch scheme is back” by Michael Strain, BBC News”Britain has reintroduced its free school lunches in an attempt to save money for the government.” by Matthew Price, BBC World Service”School lunches were introduced in the 1960s in response to the economic crash of the 1970s, which wiped out half of all public school places.
But it was never a universal system, and as children started school again in 2008, the British government faced a new challenge.”
As the economy recovered and many parents found it cheaper to pay for their children’s school meals in their own homes, the UK government started offering vouchers for schools to offer to disadvantaged children.
“At first, the scheme was very successful.
But the idea of free schools has a long history, dating back to the late 19th century, and in the last century it was used as a way of dealing with social exclusion. “
More than 600,000 children have received free school meals, but that figure is only going up.” by Kate Edwards, BBC Radio 4 Today”It’s been an extraordinary year for free school dinners.” by Michael Smith, BBC History”When the UK was reintroducing free school schools, they said they would help students in need to get to school.
“”It’s called free school soup, and you get soup and beans and rice and a little chocolate and a cake and a cup of tea and a bit of fruit.”””
You can also get a soup, a salad, and some fruit and veg.” “
“It’s called free school soup, and you get soup and beans and rice and a little chocolate and a cake and a cup of tea and a bit of fruit.””
You can also get a soup, a salad, and some fruit and veg.
“”But what we have now, is what was in place in the 19th and early 20th centuries, is now completely different.
The government is now saying that it’s not only about helping children, but also about providing a service for children.” by Mark Jones, BBC BBC Radio 5 live”What’s really interesting about the government’s scheme is that it comes in two forms, a free school-food scheme and a school meal.
It’s about creating a system where children can access a range of services and services are provided by local authorities, schools, community groups and government agencies.
But what’s really surprising is that they’ve actually done this at a time when we’re seeing an increase in school absences.” by Daniel Kew, BBC Home Affairs”A study by the Centre for Economic Performance says that it has been £9bn (€13bn) in savings for the UK’s schools since the scheme’s introduction.
This is partly because the scheme is a cost-effective way of delivering benefits to those who need it the most.” by John Rowntree, BBC London Business”School meals have been reintroducing for more than 100 years.
They were introduced because of the financial collapse of the 20th century and a need for more affordable school meals.” by Robert Stott, BBC Sport”We have a whole generation of children coming into school who have no experience of free food.
“- Michael Gove, Education Secretary”The Free School Food Scheme is about making sure that all children can go to school, free, at a school that’s suitable for them, in an appropriate location.
In this case, a very good school in an excellent location in central London.
Free school food is a proven, proven way to reduce poverty, reduce child poverty, provide access to education, and make sure all children have a good start in life.” by Nicky Morgan, BBC Business”The Government has announced it will be introducing a new free school breakfast scheme in England.
And it is designed to help the poorest students.
There are currently two types of free breakfast schemes in England: a school breakfast and a free public school breakfast.” by Peter Luff, BBC Politics”The