Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been accused of “passing the buck” on deciding whether people should still work from home amid an easing of coronavirus restrictions in England.
Included in a host of changes to England’s Covid-19 lockdown announced on Friday, the PM said from 1 August the government will “update its advice on going to work”.
The PM said employers will have “more discretion” to make decisions on how staff can “work safely” – with bosses deciding whether that is from home or in the workplace.
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