Residents have left plates outside the Wycombe Conservative Association's door this morning - as the upset around MPs' decision not to extend free school meals for children continues.

The 28 plates, along with a child's red plastic table and chairs, have been left outside the door of the Conservative Association in West Wycombe Road.

Messages on the plates read "The kids you voted not to feed are going to vote one day. But not for you." and "Please sir, I want some more #ToriesDontGiveADickensAboutHungryKids".

Bucks Free Press:

Another asks: "Did you have any reason to vote no? Children are hungry, plates are empty, Tories to blame."

It comes after Labour's motion to extend free school meals over the school holidays until Easter 2021 was lost by 322 votes to 261 on Wednesday last week - just before the start of the October half term.

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Bucks Free Press:

Four out of five of Bucks' MPs voted against Labour's motion.

Wycombe MP Steve Baker, who had previously had a Twitter spat with Manchester United footballer Marcus Rashford about the issue, Chesham and Amersham MP Dame Cheryl Gillan, Buckingham MP Greg Smith and Aylesbury's Rob Butler all voted against extending free schools meals.

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Bucks Free Press:

Beaconsfield MP Joy Morrissey did not take part in the vote.

Toni Brodelle, who ran against Steve Baker as the Lib Dems candidate in the December 2019 General Election, shared the photos of the plates on her Twitter page.

She said: "It seems the people of Wycombe are helping Steve Baker to start something of a crockery collection..."

Toni, a teacher for more than 20 years who has seen many of the children she teaches qualify for free school meals, as well as being a mother of two children, said the situation is "very close" to her heart.

Plates have also reportedly been left outside the office of Chesham and Amersham MP Dame Cheryl Gillan in Aylesbury End, Beaconsfield.

Following news of last week's Commons vote, the community has rallied to help provide free meals where possible, including the Bucks New University Students' Union, who have so far raised a staggering £8,152.

The fundraising page saw a huge boost after Manchester United footballer and food poverty campaigner Marcus Rashford shared their initiative to his 3.7 million followers on Twitter.