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A response to the Labour Government’s Covid-safety education announcements

Responding to comments made by Labour’s education minister at the latest government press briefing, Welsh Conservative shadow education minister, Laura Anne Jones MS said:
 “Our children have been hit incredibly hard by the pandemic and it’s clear we will have to learn to live with this virus as we move forward. “The immediate priority should be the return of normality to the classroom, with an end to whole year groups being sent home, and ensuring young people receive the sort of constructive learning environment they need.  “We can’t afford for whole communities to be left behind thanks to a postcode lottery in education provision, and Labour ministers need to show leadership on this issue, and not pass the buck and responsibility for decision-making on to staff and schools that are already under enormous pressure.”
  Welsh Conservative response to Labour’s decision to appeal the Divisional Court’s decision on its legal challenge to the UK Internal Market ActTuesday, 29 June, 2021Responding to the Welsh Labour Government’s decision to appeal the Divisional Court’s decision on its legal challenge to the UK Internal Market Act, Welsh Conservative Shadow Minister for the Constitution, Darren Millar MS said: