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Children's author says exam question was "not ok" to ask of kids who may never have been abroad.
Education secretary says government will be "putting trust" in teachers after results fiasco last year.
Those sitting the final year test say they were forced to urinate in their seats, with some disqualified for making notes.
As the government closes schools, students are once again sailing into unknown territory, writes Equality Act Review founder Dr Suriyah Bi.
Shadow education minister Emma Hardy tells HuffPost UK ministers need to think about recruiting more assessors now if it wants to push back exams.
Shadow education secretary Kate Green said Year 11 and 13 students face "a mountain to climb" after losing up to six months of teaching time.
Year 12 students across England say they have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and claim they have been "ignored and forgotten" by the government.
Students face results delay after schools and colleges told not to publish results.
Anger as aspiring medics are left in limbo despite their determination to help fight Covid-19: "I hate the fact that the area I live in is what has caused all this."
Education secretary Gavin Williamson said the government was working with the awarding body Pearson to review grades.