Marcus Rashford showed that football rivalries mean nothing when it comes to feeding hungry kids as the Manchester United star praised the generosity of Scousers.
The footballer has been leading the charge against the government's decision not to extend free school meal vouchers for the country's poorest children across the half-term holidays, despite so many more families struggling because of the pandemic.
The Conservatives voted down a Labour motion this week which called for Rashford's campaign to be put into action and for needy kids to get the vouchers next week.
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There was anger across the country as Tory MPs rose to try and blame parents for children going hungry.
In Liverpool, individuals, businesses, football clubs and the city council have all rallied round to make sure as many hungry kids as possible get fed next week.
And the England Footballer clearly approves of the generous work being done in the city.
Last night we highlighted just some of the businesses offering food packs and lunches to hungry children to Marcus and he replied, saying the work being done was 'amazing'.
This appeared to then set off a huge run of tweets from the footballer, who began highlighting the amazing generosity and kindness of businesses doing similar things all across the country.
He was also impressed with news announced this morning that Liverpool Council will step in to provide food vouchers for 20,000 children in the city.
After Mayor Joe Anderson announced the move, the Man Utd striker retweeted the ECHO's article as part of his work to highlight the good work being done.
Speaking today, Mayor Anderson said: "We've all seen Marcus Rashford's campaign and I and my colleagues have all been really worried about kids going hungry in this city.
"As you can read in the ECHO, in some parts of Liverpool, 70% of children are living in poverty right now.
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"So today I am announcing that the council will stand by these kids and extend our own voucher scheme to make sure that 20,000 children will get the food they desperately need over the holiday.
"Times are tough for this council and we have been hit hard, but we will never lose sight of how hard things are for people who are trying to make ends meet in this city and I'm proud to announce this support today."
He added: "Hopefully this will make things a little bit easier for the families just trying to put food on their tables for their children in Liverpool."