Kirsty Williams said the time would allow pupils, teachers and parents to adjust to a ‘new normal’ for the next academic year.
Louella Fletcher-Michie died after taking the hallucinogenic drug 2-CP at the Bestival music festival in Dorset, in September 2017.
A 14-year-old boy with no underlying health conditions was the first British child to die from the syndrome.
Pete Wishart, the SNP representative for Perth and North Perthshire, accused the UK Parliament of acting irresponsibly.
Dame Margaret Hodge warned that ‘unscrupulous’ corporations could see the loans as ‘easy pickings’.
Stormont lawmakers voted against new provisions that include terminations up to birth in cases of serious non-fatal disabilities.
Mick North has responded to newly released papers that detail an attempt by ministers to prevent gun control within 24 hours of the mass shooting.
The 46-year-old died when a white police officer knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes.
A report in the Health Service Journal said it had evidence that the Department of Health removed a key section from the review.
Around 7% of Britons said the actions of Boris Johnson’s aide, Dominic Cummings, were a factor in their own lockdown breaches.
The Met Office said May had been exceptionally dry.
The airport has been closed to commercial and private flights since March 25 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The closely-watched IHS Markit/CIPS Services purchasing managers’ index rose to 29 last month, from an all-time low of 13.4 in April.
A nine-year project reveals clean water ponds deliver ‘unprecedented’ gains for nature in the landscape.
Marcin Zdun will appear before Basingstoke Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday.
The Hungary-based business saw underlying profits increase by 16% to 345 million euros in the year to March 31 as passengers increased.
The London Chamber of Commerce questioned plans to introduce a blanket quarantine for all international arrivals.
Most people arriving in the UK from Monday will be told to isolate for 14 days.
The UK’s biggest tour operator has reached a deal for slower delivery of the aircraft.
Shopping centre owner Intu found customers are willing to return – although 28% said they would spend less – if enough safety measures are in place.
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