Sky News Breakfast: How do school children catch up post pandemic?

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  • Sky News published this video item, entitled “Sky News Breakfast: How do school children catch up post pandemic?” – below is their description.

    On Sky News Breakfast with Stephen Dixon:

    – How do school children catch up? The Education and Shadow Education Secretary talk about the Government’s plans to help children make up lost time.

    – The travel industry turns up the heat on the Transport Secretary to open up more European destinations for summer holidays.

    – Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O’Leary discusses what options tourists have to get away.

    Plus all the day’s headlines, weather and news-making interviews.

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