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Labour MP in furious row with Hartley-Brewer over 'disaster' school reopening plans

Labour MP in furious row with Hartley-Brewer over 'disaster' school reopening plans
LABOUR Minister for Schools Wes Streeting was grilled over his party's lack of a school reopening plan, with the MP struggling to provide Julia Hartley-Brewer with a response.

" Ms Hartley-Brewer then called out the MP by saying if those things could be done within a week, would Labour support schools reopening and added he sits on the fence.SAGE expert stuns GMB with new findings on 'much more deadly Kent Covid strain' (INSIGHT) Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has been urged to create a roadmap for schools reopening “Do you want schools to open at the earliest opportunity or not?“What are your criteria for schools reopening, and (you) say as safe as possible, well other than making big plastic bubbles or hazmat suits for every single person you’re not going to have 100 percent safety for every single person, so what are Labour’s criteria for schools reopening?Ms Hartley-Brewer hit out at the Labour Party's non-existent strategy as she claimed the party, which is supposed to “care about people”, is not looking out for disadvantaged kids.

“The poorest kids, the disadvantaged, the inequality, you want those kids to have the best start in life.“Those kids are being disadvantaged, why should those children’s futures be sacrificed for other people?

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