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Spanish Students Charged for Bringing Bagged Lunches

Crisis-hit Spain is to charge parents for sending their children to school with packed lunches.

A daily fee of up to €3 (£2.36) will be introduced when the new term begins next month.

The charge — which reflects “the relative cost for the use of the dining room and the supervision that entails” — has been condemned as “barbaric” by parents.

Source: London Daily Telegraph. Read full article. (link)

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