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Boris Johnson's Reopening Plan Puts Further Pressure on Support for Restaurants

1 month ago   |   By Eater London

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The Prime Minister “hopes” schools will reopen by 8 March, but cannot give assurances for any sector just yet Speaking in the House of Commons this afternoon, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that “it will not be possible” to reopen schools in England after the February half-term break, meaning that restaurant dining rooms and pubs are unlikely to open - as had previously been suggested - before April or May. Johnson did say he was hopeful school reopening could happen from 8 March.
Lockdown legislation is in place in England until 31 March...
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March 8 targeted as earliest possible date to begin reopening England's schools

March 8 targeted as earliest possible date to begin reopening England's schools

1 month ago   |   By Belfast telegraph

Lockdown measures will remain in place until at least March 8, Boris Johnson said as he earmarked that date to begin the reopening of England's schools.
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Boris Johnson signals tentative start to lockdown exit with March 8 date for reopening of England's schools

1 month ago   |   By Herald Scotland

LOCKDOWN measures south of the border look set to remain in place until the middle of March, Boris Johnson has indicated, as he earmarked March 8 for the reopening of England's schools.
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Key dates: How lockdown restrictions will be lifted as timeline unveiled for first time

1 month ago   |   By Evening Standard

Lockdown measures will effectively remain in place until at least March 8 after Boris Johnson earmarked that date for the earliest reopening of England's schools .
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England's schools to reopen from March 8 at earliest, Boris Johnson announces

England's schools to reopen from March 8 at earliest, Boris Johnson announces

1 month ago   |   By The Mirror

Boris Johnson's announcement means schools will be out - and the whole of England stuck in a stay-at-home national lockdown - for at least six more weeks from now
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Schools WON'T reopen after February half-term and only ‘hopes' for March 8 return, Boris Johnson confirms

1 month ago   |   By The Irish Sun


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Johnson targets March 8 as earliest date for reopening England's schools

1 month ago   |   By Belfast telegraph

Lockdown measures will remain in place until at least March 8, Boris Johnson indicated as he earmarked that date for the reopening of England's schools.
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Schools To Stay Shut Until March 8, Boris Johnson Confirms

Schools To Stay Shut Until March 8, Boris Johnson Confirms

1 month ago   |   By Huffington Post

Schools will not reopen before March 8, Boris Johnson has confirmed, as calls intensify for children to start learning again. The coronavirus lockdown is set to be reviewed on February 22 and the prime minister is under pressure from MPs to allow face-to-face education to resume as soon as possible. Updating MPs on Wednesday, Johnson said he hoped the government could allow schools to return on March 8, but it was not yet clear whether vaccinations would slow transmission of coronavirus. It comes as infections and hospitalisations remained high, while the UK's Covid death toll surpassed...
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Boris Johnson extends England's coronavirus lockdown into March

Boris Johnson extends England's coronavirus lockdown into March

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement England's coronavirus lockdown is set to be extended for at least three more weeks, with schools not reopening until the second week of March at the earliest, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said.
Johnson told the House of Commons there was "not enough data" currently available to announce the end of restrictions in the country, but said the government would publish a review of restrictions on February 22, before potentially reopening schools from the week of March 8.
He said it would "not be possible" to reopen schools as early as the February half-term, due to the...
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Free school meals extended as schools remain shut after half-term

1 month ago   |   By Metro

Free school meals have been extended in England as Boris Johnson confirms schools will not reopen after the February half-term.
The PM told MPs it will not be possible to reopen schools ‘immediately' in the Commons this afternoon.
The country's national lockdown has been extended until March 8, with a review on February 22.
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Schools reopening: When will schools reopen? Boris Johnson gives latest update

Schools reopening: When will schools reopen? Boris Johnson gives latest update

1 month ago   |   By Daily Express

SCHOOLS have remained closed since England went into a third national lockdown, leaving many parents juggling both their own jobs and their children's education. Today, Boris Johnson issued an update on when schools will go back.
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Schools to remain closed until at least 8 March says Boris Johnson

1 month ago   |   By The Independent

Schools in England will remain closed until at least March 8, Boris Johnson has told MPs.
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Boris Johnson hopes to start reopening schools in England from March 8

1 month ago   |   By Evening Standard

Prime Minister Boris Johnson h as said he hopes it will be safe to begin reopening schools in England from March 8.
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Boris Johnson hopes schools in England will reopen from 8 March

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

PM tells Commons a firm decision about date will be taken in week of 22 February Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Boris Johnson has announced that he hopes to begin reopening England's schools from Monday 8 March, with the date to be confirmed next month. The prime minister said a firm decision would be taken in the week of 22 February, after the spring half-term - the date by which he had originally hoped schools would reopen.
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