WFH: Why London businesses want workers back in the office

MPs and business leaders have piled more pressure on Boris Johnson to end Plan B and the work from home advice.

Some have warned of catastrophic long-term damage to some London districts, as a result of lockdowns, trading restrictions and guidance not to commute to the office over the past two years.

Government officials are due to review the Plan B guidelines on the 26th.

Chairman of the Conservatives Oliver Dowden hinted on Sunday that the restrictions could be lifted at the end of the month.

The Evening Standard’s Associate Editor Jonathan Prynn discusses what business groups are calling for, how long they can survive under Plan B measures, and what the future holds for guidance on working from home.

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