Sky News Breakfast on Wednesday July 7: relaxing COVID rules are a ‘balance’

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    On Sky News Breakfast with Niall Paterson:

    – Business Minister Kwasi Kwarteng on the changing self-isolation rules, he says “it’s a balance”;

    – are schools and colleges ready for the changes to the COVID rules?;

    – and can little Willow the psychic cockerpoo really predict the outcome of the England Denmark game?

    Plus all the days headlines, news-making interviews and the weather where you are.

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