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Boris the builder mustn’t buckle over planning reform

29 August 2020

9:00 AM

29 August 2020

9:00 AM

The government will pass the test it has set itself: schools in England will return next week. Pupils may well have to wear masks at times, but they will be back in the classroom. Yet ministers privately acknowledge this isn’t the real challenge. The bigger question is what effect the return of schools has on the prevalence of the virus and what happens to education in the case of further local outbreaks.

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