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Oliver Dowden
👉 Key Workers and Media Public service news across TV, radio and print has never been more important than it is right now I can confirm that broadcasters, journalists and the necessary ancillary staff are included as Key Workers
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Oliver Dowden Mar 20
Replying to @OliverDowden
And understanding the need to keep to the bare minimum required, I am pleased they are working together to share staff, equipment and content where possible during this exceptional period
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Mark Fletcher Mar 20
Can you exclude non essentials such as and ?
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Bill Brown Mar 20
Is Piers a key worker?
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Ben Quinn Mar 20
Replying to @OliverDowden
This is excellent news Mr Dowden. Can you please arrange for that confirmation to be announced on the DCMS website? Not every nursery owner/local authority will accept a tweet as confirmation
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Peter Watson Mar 20
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Antoinette Peach Mar 20
It appears that key workers covers just about every job - so much for schools “closing!”🙄
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Emma Chilvers Mar 20
Well for some strange reason If you are being classed as key workers, meaning myself as a teacher cannot social distance effectively can you at least make entertainment more entertaining?! Perhaps end the news with something happy?
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Paul Bishop: We're waist deep in the Big Muddy Mar 20
Julia Hartley-Brewer is a key worker? Ancillary workers are an add on?
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Dan Roberts Mar 20
I would class broadcasters and journalists as key workers if they had a balanced approach to reporting, the UK (and Irish) media are still sensationalising when the far east is now seeing significant improvement in the pandemic outbreak
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Chris Mason Mar 20
Replying to @OliverDowden
Key bullshitters
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