"It's written from the heart and it's about how my life was at the moment -- the letter is to open up and let people understand the impact on families and to know I've done the right thing. What
families are going through now, I've once had to go through that -- and it's very difficult to find a way out. It's very important for me to help people who are struggling -- whether the outcome
changes or doesn't change, that's why I wrote it."
-- Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford
on his letter to Parliament, pressing the Department for Education
after it confirmed it would not extend free school meal vouchers to the summer to an
estimated 200,000 needy British children. Rashford raised about £20 million ($25 million) to supply 3 million meals to vulnerable people during the coronavirus lockdown. (BBC Breakfast