Tories slammed for putting Waitrose and M&S on free school meals scheme but not Lidl

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MPs have accused the government of being detached from reality for putting Waitrose and M&S on their free school meal vouchers program but not Aldi or Lidl. In a new report, the Commons Environment and Food Committee criticised the initial working of the scheme which was set up in March as part of the government’s emergency response to the coronavirus pandemic. They wrote:

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