ALL of Oxfordshire's Tory MPs voted against extending free school meals throughout the holidays.

Yesterday, MPs voted down footballer Marcus Rashford's bid to extend free school meals for disadvantaged children over the upcoming half-term holiday until the Easter holiday next year.

The proposal, made by Labour, was defeated by 322 votes to 261 votes.

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Only five Tory MPs stood up to the Government and voted to provide each disadvantaged child with a £15 food voucher a week. 

All of Oxfordshire's Tory MPs - John Howell (Henley), Robert Courts (Witney), David Johnston (Wantage), and Victoria Prentis (Banbury and North Oxfordshire) – voted against the motion. 

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Lib Dem MP Layla Moran (Oxford West and Abingdon) and Labour MP Anneliese Dodds (Oxford East) both voted for the extension of the free school meals over the holidays. 

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The vote against the extension means the 1.4 million disadvantaged children across the UK will be at risk of going hungry.

The October half-term comes as millions of families face the risk of job losses and millions of families face tighter restrictions.

Marcus Rashford posted on his Twitter last night that 'this is not politics, this is humanity'.

He added: "A significant number of children are going to bed tonight not only hungry but feeling like they do not matter because of the comments that have been made today."

All of Oxfordshire's Conservative MPs have been contacted for a statement.