Bishop of Chester recalls ‘cruel and unusual punishment’ of compulsory school milk

14.03 Bishop of ChesterOn the 10th February 2016 Lord Storey asked the Government “whether they plan to legislate to ensure that food and drink provided in all types of schools follow Food Standards Agency food and nutritional guidelines”. The Bishop of Chester, the Rt Revd Peter Forster, asked a follow up question.

The Lord Bishop of Chester: My Lords, if free milk is to be made available again in schools, with the Minister confirm that it would not be compulsory? For some of us it contains memories of a cruel and unusual punishment.

Lord Nash: I think I can agree that were it to be introduced, it would not be mandatory.

(via Parliament.UK)