Sunak told he’s banned from local pub over free school meals vote, Report

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Sunak told he's banned from local pub over free school meals vote, Report
Sunak told he's banned from local pub over free school meals vote, Report

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has been barred for life from a pub in his constituency over his decision to vote against providing free meals to eligible school children during the half-term holidays.

Mr Sunak and three other northern Tory MPs – Jacob Young, Simon Clarke and Matt Vicker – have been told to never enter the ‘Mill & Il Mulino’ in Stokesley, North Yorkshire after they all voted against extending the free school meals scheme on Wednesday.

In a post on Facebook, the restaurant wrote: “The government voted against extending free school meals. This is disgusting! What’s worse Matt Vickers MP Simon Clarke MP & Jacob Young – MP for Redcar & Cleveland Rishi Sunak all voted against the scheme. DISGUSTING!

“All 4 are now barred from The Mill & Il Mulino for life. I don’t want there business (sic).”

The restaurant also shared a screen shot of a food menu for the House of Commons, which shows the price of meals – including a sirloin steak and chips for just £11.77 – which are subsidised by the taxpayer.

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