Civil servants urged to return to their offices – BBC News

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Civil servants in England are being urged by the Government to return to work in their offices. In a letter seen by the BBC, the Government wants 80% of civil servants to be at their workplace at least once a week by the end of the month. Unions have described the government’s attitude as outdated. Our political correspondent Chris Mason reports.

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