Boris Johnson urged to allow children to play together in England


Under-5s exempt from two-person Covid rule, but children aged 5-11 are being discriminated against, say lawyers

The ban on children playing together outdoors in England must be lifted as it is discriminatory and potentially unlawful, lawyers and children’s groups have said.

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In a letter to Boris Johnson in the week that schools were allowed to reopen, family groups reported signs of mental distress and poor health among young children who have missed playing and socialising.

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