Today’s top headlines from The Telegraph


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1. Teacher strike would be unforgivable, says Nadhim Zahawi

A teachers’ strike would be “unforgivable” in the wake of Covid, the Education Secretary has said, as officials draw up plans for an army of supply teachers to keep schools open.

Nadhim Zahawi said young people had already suffered “more disruption than any generation that’s gone before them” after the UK’s largest teaching union threatened to ballot for a strike. Read the full story.

2. Boris Johnson to tell Prince Charles: I’m proud of Rwanda migrant plan

Boris Johnson is prepared to declare he is “proud” of his Rwanda migrants policy during talks with the Prince of Wales on Friday, The Telegraph…

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