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Rufus Hound’s live TV takedown of the government over free school meals on Dancing on ice had everyone cheering
We haven’t cheered this much watching Dancing of Ice since that unfortunate incident with Todd Carty.
It was comedian Rufus Hound who used his appearance on the ITV talent show to tell the government – and the watching nation – exactly what he felt about their policy towards hungry children and free school meals.
He was responding to a question from Philip Schofield about whether he thought his routine was a bit mad.
— Jono Read (@jonoread) January 17, 2021
Mate, we live in a world where people we elect don’t want to feed hungry children, so this is the least mad thing that’s happened to me in a long time!
You’ll remember the government was forced into a U-turn over free school meals by the brilliant Marcus Rashford, although last week there was further outrage when parents shared the so-called £30 food parcels they were expected to feed their kids on.
Here are just some of the things people were saying about what Rufus Hound had to say today.
The way Rufus Hound just called out our government for not feeding hungry children, this man has won already #DancingOnIce
— lo (@loisemilyyy) January 17, 2021
Rufus Hound to Pip Schofield on whether his #DancingOnIce routine was crazy.
Mate, we live in a world where the people we elect dont want to feed hungry children. This (routine) is the least crazy thing.
Going in blade first on the Tories on a light entertainment show.
— Ian Hyland (@HylandIan) January 17, 2021
— Jayne Sharp (@Jaynesharp) January 17, 2021
Rufus Hound calling out tories for their decision to not feed hungry children on national television truly is STUNNING #DOI
— dani (@_danismith__) January 17, 2021
— Rachel West (@RachWest) January 17, 2021
To conclude …
— Rodders (@rodjgrimmer) January 17, 2021