Prince backs better meals

3rd December 2004 at 00:00
The Prince of Wales has intervened again in the national debate about education, this time over the quality of school meals.

He backed a report from the Soil Association and Business in the Community which said children who eat healthy school dinners behaved better in class.

His comments follow an unprecedented row with Charles Clarke, the Education Secretary, over a memo the Prince wrote complaining that schools led people to believe they could succeed without hard work or talent.

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