No 10 has done a 'U-turn' on school meals: where does the term come from?

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The government's reversal of policy on free school meals is just the latest in its long line of U-turns
No 10 has done a 'U-turn' on school meals: where does the term come from?

The UK government made a "U-turn", it was reported, when it agreed after all to extend free school meals, adding another letter to the very bad Scrabble rack representing its policy history. But why a "U-turn"?

The distinction between "u" and "v" as separate letters (they were the same in the Roman alphabet) dates only from the 16th century in…
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