The double header against the Premier League giants are sandwiched by a run of matches that Albion will need to take points from. The Spurs game was always being moved away from the Saturday as they host London rivals Chelsea at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Thursday 4 February for an evening game. That game was previously due to take place on Saturday 13 February. By Joseph Chapman. Subscribe When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights.
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Parents of secondary school pupils in England will be required to test their children twice a week once schools return, it has been reported. According to the Daily Telegraph, they will have to use rapid lateral flow tests under government plans to reopen schools as the COVID lockdown is eased. Latest coronavirus updates from the UK and around the world. Asked about this report during an interview on Sky News, care minister Helen Whately did not confirm or deny the story. Ms Whately said later in a BBC interview: "There is work being done to look at how testing will help schools come back. But there will be more details set out about that next week.
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Willian now hopes to make England his permanent home after explaining just how close he came to joining Tottenham Hotspur last January. In an interview with Sky Sports, Willian revealed: "I had an offer from them but Real Sociedad didn't want to let me go. I saw the opportunity to play in the Premier League for a big team with a lot of big players.
The Prime Minister said the proposed date was three weeks after the most vulnerable should have been vaccinated, giving time for immunity to kick in. Elsewhere, the Welsh Government is due to make a decision by the end of the week on whether to reopen schools after the February half-term. I think it is much better to stick to that. Earlier on Wednesday, former chief whip Mark Harper, chairman of the Covid Recovery Group, reiterated his call for the Government to ease lockdown restrictions as soon as possible.