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Boris Johnson: Moral duty to get all children back in school

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Boris Johnson: Moral duty to get all children back in school

Boris Johnson: Moral duty to get all children back in school

Boris Johnson has spoken of “a moral duty” to get all children back in classamid indications he would force pubs, restaurants and shops to close ahead ofschools in the event of severe coronavirus flare-ups.

The Prime Minister isunderstood to favour only closing schools as the last resort after scientificadvisers warned more restrictions may be needed to reopen classrooms inEngland next month.


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