Call me Scrooge, but I’m not sure Boris Johnson should save Christmas after all

The Independent reports …

It turns out that the current government does have a line in the sand when it comes to channelling Dickensian baddies. There was a definite air of Mr Bumble about their willingness to deny the poorest children free school meals over October half-term (“No children, you may not have any more …”) but being cast as the Ebenezer Scrooges of Christmas 2020 seems to be a step too far.

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