Your MP, Nusrat Ghani, was one of the 322 MPs who voted against funding free meals for school children over the holidays.


MPs currently have access to Parliamentary bars and restaurants which offer meals to serving politicians at discount prices.

Although they are not directly subsidised, the hospitality venues are operated at a loss and propped up using taxpayer funds.

The online petition, which appeared earlier this week, calls for the practice of offering MPs cheaper meals to be stopped after a motion to offer food aid to vulnerable families over school holidays until Easter 2021 was defeated in the House of Commons.