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Survey by @NEUnion: 49,000 members responded within an hour.
85% of them disagreed with Boris Johnson’s plan to restart reception, year 1 and year 6 from 1 June.
89% who were parents said they felt it would be unsafe or very unsafe to send their own children back to school
Boris Johnson has been warned by trade unions that ordering many people back to work from as early as Monday is a “recipe for chaos” in the absence of urgent action to safeguard workers’ health, Richard Partington and Rob Davies write.
The UK prime minister said on Sunday that anyone who cannot work from home should be “actively encouraged” to return to their jobs from Monday. Detailing plans to gradually reopen the British economy after more than a month of tough controls during the health emergency, he said those in manufacturing and construction jobs in particular should be encouraged to return.