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Companies turn to ‘hybrid working’ after lockdown

A growing number of companies are telling their staff to work from home at least some time in an attempt to cut down on costs post lockdowns. Studies have suggested, however, that workers are far less productive when operating from home. Accounting firm KPMG told its 16,000 UK staff on Wednesday that they will work in the office for up to four days in a fortnight starting next month under a hybrid working model. And Google revealed plans to allow 20 per cent of its 140,000 employees to permanently work from home starting September 1 – Mail

Royal Navy ships ordered to Jersey as French fishermen prepare blockade – Telegraph

Commuting Britons are more likely to catch Covid while walking or cycling to work than on trains, buses or taxis, data suggests – Mail

Donald Trump’s Facebook ban is extended by another six months – Times

Louisiana Senate rejects bill allowing social media companies to be sued for limiting speech – Epoch Times


Labour faces extinction if Boris can retain his hold of the English centre  – Allister Heath, Telegraph

What kind of country hounds its veterans yet spares murderers? – Stephen Glover, Mail

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