Jamie Oliver Is Not Happy About Theresa May’s Plan To Scrap Free School Lunches
With less than three weeks to go till the snap general election, things are heating up in the political arena as the key parties reveal their manifestos.
And amongst Theresa May's more controversial plans (see bringing back fox hunting for reference) is her pledge to scrap free school lunches for all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 of primary school, an issue close to Jamie Oliver's heart.
Taking to Instagram, the chef called out the prime minister for putting "future generations at risk".
"This move shows a complete lack of understanding of all the data that's been shared and puts our future generations at huge risk, as well as further undermining our teachers who benefit immensely from well-fed kids to teach. What are they doing ?! What are they going to snatch back next?!," he wrote.