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Labour calls for emergency censorship laws for anti-vax content

Keir Starmer’s shadow ministers are calling for financial and criminal penalties for social media companies that fail to censor posts promoting anti-vaccination content, which they note is rampant on those platforms. The opposition ministers say anti-vaccination groups with almost 100,000 users can be found within seconds of logging on to Facebook — Independent

Boris Johnson’s self-isolation order overshadows agenda ‘reset’  — Telegraph

Teaching leaders call for GCSEs to be axed next year — Times

Covid was circulating in Italy in September 2019, new study shows, meaning virus spread from China to Europe months earlier than previously thought — Mail

Police break up baptism in north London church as pastor says he serves ‘greater good’ than lockdown rules — Evening Standard

COMMENT

We cannot allow the pandemic to reverse a generation of progress in education — Daniel Hannan, Telegraph

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