3178809 Rashford looking for more change, after the food-win a voucher
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footballer Marcus Rashford Says he wants to do more to help people in need is expanding after winning a battle a free school meal voucher System.
His campaign, for a government U-turn, the About 1 asked. 3 million children in England entitled to the vouchers, which during the summer holidays.
But he told Bbc Breakfast , there are "more steps need to be taken".
Prime Minister Boris Johnson praised the England star's "contribution to the discussion of poverty".
the Manchester United forward, said he was "grateful to the Prime Minister with his decision," and that, in a telephone conversation Mr Johnson had thanked him "for with what I've built in a positive way".
Rashford said the extension of the Scheme - started when the schools were closed, as part of the coronavirus Lockdown "has bought an additional Six Weeks ," in order to find out "what next".
"I don't believe this to be The End , because there are several steps that must be taken, and we need to analyze not only the answer, He Said in an exclusive interview.
"the people are fighting the whole year, so we still need to learn more About The Situation the people are, and how we can help you best. "
The government Says £63m to support The Most vulnerable families Scheme through a new local authority welfare assistance, and his activities, and food program provides activities and free meals in the summer holidays.
On Tuesday, Downing Street announced that all The Children can have free meals in the school would benefit in the lecture-free Time In England of a "Covid summer food Fund".
The Announcement came despite the Minister also defended the decision not to extend the Scheme for days in advance.
"the commitment of a young, well-liked, articulate and high-profile figure" as Rashford "made the defense less sustainable by The Hour ".
The support in England is approximately £15 per week per recipient and The Public purse will cost Around £120m.
The Scottish and Welsh governments had already said they would continue to support families with food vouchers, meal deliveries, or Bank transfers.
First Minister Arlene Foster has said she will propose, be expanded to an equivalent Scheme in Northern Ireland , over the summer, "if the necessary Finance can be secured".
It Comes amid growing concern About The Effects of the closure on the basis of life.
On Tuesday, official figures suggested that The Number of employees in the UK payrolls fell by More Than 600,000 between March and may.
to request The Number of work-related Benefits - including unemployment - was up 126% to 2. 8 million euros, the analysts are suggesting, were hit poorer areas the hardest.
aid organizations say that the research 3,105 parents suggests that half of the families receiving universal credit or child were free like amount in June, with rent or other bills.
Seven out of 10 of the respondents for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) and Save The Children said they had cut back on food and other essentials.
the pressure on The families was highlighted by Rashford in an emotional open letter to the members posted on Monday. The 22-year-old drew on his own experiences to rely on the school feeding and food-banks, grew up in Manchester.
In the Bbc Breakfast interview, he reveals that His Mother called him "About 10 times", when his campaign was in The News , and He Said it was "nice to see you smile" About the result.
"If she was going through [the hardness], if someone had talked About It Then maybe The Situation is different," He Said .
A wave of unease among Conservative MPs About the handling of this latest U-turn" is likely to be revealed later, when the Prime Minister meets the Chairman of the backbenchers, the 1922 Committee for The First time since the parliamentary elections in December, Says BBC Newsnight's political editor Nicholas Watt .
One MP told him the Problem was "visible from space", while a minister, Mr Johnson's top aide, Dominic Cummings , criticised, and said the issue of food stamps "should have been treated, with a week", if you will be raised during Prime Minister 's questions.