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UK schools may be forced to call in architects to overhaul their kitchens as a result of Jamie Oliver's campaign to improve children's dinners.

Merton Borough Council is already looking at hiring an architect to help expand 16 of its kitchens - which are too small for the on-site preparation of fresh food.

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