Sir Keir Starmer 'frustrated' about schools plan
Sir Keir Starmer said it was “frustrating” that the Government did not use half-term to vaccinate teachers and school staff.
Appearing on LBC to take questions from the public, the Labour leader said: “I want all of our schools ideally opened on March 8, that’s what the Prime Minister has said, and we want to see that ideally happen.”
Asked why he had said “ideally”, Sir Keir said: “I feel like a broken record on this, I’m slightly frustrated.
“Back in September I said to the Government, have a plan, if you’re going to get children back you need ventilation, you need proper testing.
“I have always said Nightingale classrooms. If you can put them up for hospitals, if you need more space in your schools, put your Nightingale classrooms up.
“We just had half-term and I said to the Government, use that
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