Civil servants’ union threatens strike action over back-to-office plans | Politics | The Guardian

Pouring cold water on the government campaign, Alex Brazier, the Bank’s executive director for financial stability strategy and risk, said it was “not possible” for a mass return to city centre offices this autumn due to Covid guidelines, concerns over the health risks, and transport capacity problems.

Analysis of mobile phone data last month suggested only 17% of UK workers had returned to the office, despite the push by the government for people to stop working from home.

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