Pre-Christmas Covid lockdown for students ‘may come too late’

The Guardian reports …

Student leaders and experts have questioned the government’s plans for a pre-Christmas university lockdown, arguing that it would breach students’ legal rights and come too late to prevent further outbreaks. Michelle Donelan, the universities minister for England, will meet university leaders to discuss how the government aims to meet Boris Johnson’s pledge that all students who wished to could go home at Christmas to be with their families.

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