Covid-19: A-level and GCSE results to be decided by teachers

A combination of mock exams, coursework and essays will be used to decide grades in England this year. Source link

Covid-19: Wedding venues 'booked up for two years'

Wedding planners in London are reporting a surge in bookings after it was announced lockdown rules were being eased. Source…

Covid: School readers needed 'more than ever' to aid literacy

Reading standards have fallen in lockdown so “we are needed so much now” says a literacy charity. Source link

Covid: Police call for new boss at Dewsbury pub over rule-breaking

Officers found 11 people breaking Covid rules by watching football on TV at Dewsbury’s Woodman Inn. Source link

Hays Travel boss 'shocked' by husband's sudden death

Dame Irene Hays says tributes to her husband John have given her “determination” to carry on. Source link

Covid: Hotels 'burning cash' while closed

Hotels will not be able to reopen before May and the sector is calling for more government support. Source link

Covid: Bournemouth man spat at police officer who caught virus

The “angry” officer spent 15 days with a “searing headache” after being spat at by Steven Licorish. Source link

Police stop M1 driver with moped loaded on top of children

Police say the children were also “completely unrestrained” when they stopped the car. Source link

Nissan: Hundreds furloughed over parts shortage

Late-shift work on one assembly line in Sunderland will be suspended for one week, the firm says. Source link

Mother and son become tap-dance lockdown sensation

When the pandemic hit, choreographer and dance teacher Lizzi Gee found herself out of work. In order to stay positive…

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