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Jan 22, 2021 • 4 tweets • 3 min read
.@Tru_Powell explains why he's nervous about the vaccine.
He says the govt's handling of the pandemic has had an impact as he asks 'how do we know this vaccine isn't another blunder'?
Tru, who says he's not an anti-vaxer, adds 'there's not enough data to support certain areas.'
'What do you think the reluctance to have the vaccine is?'
Labour councillor and former nurse @PauletteHamilto tells @kategarraway and Ben that the BAME community were 'disproportionately affected by the virus in the first place.'
She says the community want questions answered.
Dec 18, 2020 • 4 tweets • 3 min read
'Why have you left it so late in the school term to make this happen?'
Schools Minister @NickGibbUK says they have taken swift action amid criticism that the govt has given schools in England limited notice to arrange online learning for a staggered return in January.
'It's a muddle and a mess. Who made the decision to move schools?' - @kategarraway
Schools Minister @NickGibbUK responds to the confusion and anger over the govt's latest guidelines over schools.
Students have been left in limbo after Ofqual retracted its appeal guidance.
Student Curtis Parfitt-Ford, who launched a legal bid against Ofqual, says no matter what happens now, there will be people who have been 'permanently affected' as a consequence of the decision.
Student Farjana Sayeed was predicted ABC. Instead, she received EEE.
She says that she was 'extremely upset' about her results and it had an impact on her self-esteem.
She says the A-Level results confusion has 'ruined a lot of futures.'