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Hungry school pupils queued up for their dinner at a Scots soup kitchen, leaving the organisers “heartbroken.”
The two children, thought to be aged between seven and eight, were served at the Glasgow city centre soup kitchen on Tuesday night.
Run by Homeless Project Scotland, the service operates on Argyle Street and feeds hundreds of homeless people every week.
The two kids were brought there by their mum, and were said to be “excited” and “extremely grateful” for their food.
The heartbreaking scenes has prompted calls for urgent talks on child poverty.
Colin McInnes, who is the chairman at Homeless Project Scotland, said: “The queue was much bigger than normal on Tuesday night – there were around 130 people there.
“I started to see someone trying to push through the queue which obviously isn’t allowed to it caught our attention.
“It looked as though someone was trying to push their way down the middle.