‘Overgrown prefect!’ Keir Starmer slams Jacob Rees-Mogg | PMQs

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “‘Overgrown prefect!’ Keir Starmer slams Jacob Rees-Mogg | PMQs” – below is their description.

Keir Starmer slams Jacob Rees-Mogg: Jacob Rees-Mogg insisted there is a ‘hard-working ethos’ in Whitehall, but suggested officials were being let down by union leaders. Mr Rees-Mogg has been leading a push to get civil servants back in the office, including making surprise visits and leaving passive-aggressive notes. He has voiced ‘suspicions’ that many are choosing to work from home on Mondays and Fridays as they think ‘the working week is shorter than the reality is’.

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