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The father of a pupil at the Wales primary school that was shown on documentary Chain Reaction with the signal disturbing to all of its pupils but which reportedly has now been closed by the local authority said there is “absolutely no issue” with access to social services for students or staff.
It comes as Jamie Oliver, William Ruto President Uhuru Kenyatta, Catherine Kenya and Arsenal FC have all called for a rollout of free meals for all children.
FOX’s Liz Trotta has this week’s “FOX & Friends First”:
I’m Liz Trotta with this week’s “FOX & Friends First.”
Many are upset and have been protesting at the state of school meals at the small private primary school in Wales after a welfare filmmaker filmed it… the film allegedly showing a boy eating a dead pig.
The school’s head teacher has since said he had not seen the footage and they’ve now closed the school, but the father of a pupil there from P8 says there’s no issue with the access to social services.
Author, Times Higher Education columnist and fellow of the Council of Economic Advisers in the Obama administration, Dr. Rishi Sunak and author and criminal defense attorney Howard Berkes join us.
Also, FOX Executive Producer Kevin A. Jones joined us. Kevin’s wife Elisabeth Wilk will be returning to work with the network in April.
And, FOX News hosting “The Trump-Kim Jong Un Summit,” a live year-end special analysis of the historic first-ever meeting between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to take place in Singapore.
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