There could be nationwide restrictions or very extensive local lockdowns in England if there is a second spike in COVID-19 cases this winter, Matt Hancock… Read More »Hancock warns of nationwide restrictions in case of second COVID spike
Teachers’ unions have reacted with dismay after the government published new COVID-19 guidelines for secondary schools last night – just days before millions of pupils… Read More »‘The incompetence is insulting’: Govt attacked over last-minute COVID-19 rules for schools
The government has been accused of “overruling” a local council by lifting coronavirus restrictions in parts of Greater Manchester.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has warned against any effort to “intimidate” people to go back to work ahead of a push by the UK… Read More »Britons urged to return to office – but Sturgeon warns against ‘intimidating’ workers
Sir Ed Davey has been elected the new Liberal Democrat leader and immediately admitted the party “must change” after losing touch with “too many voters”.
The Welsh government has recommended the use of face coverings in communal areas of secondary schools where social distancing is not possible.
The top civil servant at the Department for Education will leave next month after Boris Johnson “concluded that there is a need for fresh official… Read More »Top civil servant at Department for Education to leave after A-levels chaos
Boris Johnson has said it is time to stop “our cringing embarrassment” about UK history after the BBC’s Last Night Of The Proms was thrown… Read More »PM wades into Proms row: Time to stop ‘cringing embarrassment’ about UK history