"We see the devastating reality of children coming to school unable to afford to buy lunch."
It comes as Stella Creasy was asked if she was 'drunk' after saying women can have a penis.
"Some children are at risk of being indoctrinated by political activists masquerading as teachers," the Tory MP said.
"Can’t wait to see the Tories ‘cost cutting tips’ on this when school meals are even more essential now."
Professor David Abulafia said that the culture wars had made being “white”, “male” and “privileged” terms of disapproval in university admissions.
"I’ve never heard someone say so many wrong things, one after another, consecutively, in a row," wrote one disheartened reader.
Vice-chancellor Richardson said the “decline was expected as a result of the changing fee regime occasioned by Brexit, but it is stark”.
“We are angry both at the content of the letter and at the fact that it was sent on a bank holiday, with an accompanying press release all but inviting the media to vilify schools."
It comes as Shadow education sec said there was an “irony” that the Government is seeking to take politics out of the classroom but simultaneously telling teachers what books to teach.