Calls for up to 1.5 million more children in England to get free school meals to help tackle a growing food poverty crisis, is the focus for the Guardian. It comes from a government commissioned report which the paper says is a “blueprint billed as the first national food strategy” since rationing in World War Two.
The Guardian leads on the same story quoting a senior government source as saying: “There are a variety of different ways to do this. The question is whether the US administration is ready. The ball is in the US’s court. It takes two to tango.”