:: Friday, January 31, 2003 ::

BBC NEWS | World | Americas | Brazil launches anti-poverty drive

"(the programme) will also continue previous government initiatives, such as cash handouts given on condition that children are sent to schools where they get free meals."

Free school meals are part of new Brazilian President Lula's anti-poverty program. So we can't afford free school meals here in wealthy first world Scotland, yet they are being introduced in poverty stricken Brazil. Maybe the Scots need their own Lula.

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