Sky News Breakfast: Families to receive free rapid testing kits in England.

Free rapid testing will be made available to families with children in school or college under plans for schools to re-open in England next week.

Sky's Gillian Joseph also takes a look ahead at the Budget with our political correspondent Rob Powell, as businesses seek financial support from the government post-lockdown.

Among the guests on the show are Alfie Stirling, Chief Economist at the New Economics Foundation and Dorit Oliver-Wolff, a Holocaust survivor. Analysing the papers was Anthropologist Mary-Ann Ochota and Broadcaster Peter Price.

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