Downden defends locking down university students – video.

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Culture secretary Oliver Dowden has defended the government’s actions confining thousands of university students to their rooms due to coronavirus outbreaks saying on the BBC’s Andrew Marr show, that it’s important students continue their studies with safety measures in place and ‘not to give up a year of their life’.

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