Between the 30th November and the 6th December, the government could be rolling out mass testing amongst university students in time for the Christmas break
Rothwell apologised for any distress caused by the decision to set up fences, and said an enquiry would be established to determine exactly what happened
Students claimed the fencing had been put up overnight with no prior communication
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Angry first-years let off smoke bombs and ripped down the new barriers
Students claimed the fencing had been put up overnight in Owens Park near the Armitage Centre with no prior communication
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