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Jamies return to School Dinners C4

If you watched 'Jamie's School Dinners' and you liked his attention to food, the you won't like this sequel.

Like any bad sequel if fails to recognise what was good about the first. It labours beyond belief a rather patronising moralising message about procuring more government money to benefit the masses. Parents in Lincolnshire are slated for sending their children to school with packed lunches. A young chef from a local pub is humiliated on television whereas his boss isn't even interviewed.

Jamie interviews a very very tired Prime Minister.

This series iwill be about 'Jamie' an aspiring politician, not as chef, and he shows all the virtues that that career requires.

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