It’s weird because Jamie Oliver was awfully quiet while Marcus Rashford & Jack Monroe, among many, were actively taking on child food poverty? Instead of focusing on his collapsed restaurant chain and his career-long pantomime as a ‘chef’, he’s back in poor people’s business
Replying to @paulaakpan
As an employer he does have legal and moral duties of care towards his employees. I would guess that he and his mgmt team were trying hard to keep people in jobs. Unemployment isn't good for food poverty. Jack Monroe and Marcus Rashford are employees. Jamie Oliver is an employer.

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