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Hot desking, tea rounds and surviving meetings IRL: the new rules of the office

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After two years of lockdowns, offices are almost unrecognisable. In many of them, staff are returning under a hybrid model, working from home a few days a week and coming in for the others. Some organisations slashed ...

Home Office must stop cruel deportations

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Mark Nelson admits he made a mistake, grew cannabis, served his time and has not offended again (I’ve lived in Britain 22 years and have kids here – why am I being deported to Jamaica?, 13 May). He’s a car mechanic an...

Home Office charging bereaved partners £2,400 for leave to remain in UK

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Bereaved spouses with the right to remain in the UK are facing destitution and deportation because the Home Office is charging them thousands of pounds to stay, the Guardian has learned. People whose British spouses o...

India: 27 people killed after fire rips through Delhi office block

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At least 27 people have died and dozens more were injured in a huge fire in a commercial building in India’s capital, Delhi. The large fire broke out at the four-storey building near a railway station in the western s...

Home Office backs down over travel costs for Eritrean refugee sitting GCSEs

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The Home Office has backed down part way through a high court hearing after an orphaned teenage asylum seeker from Eritrea feared she would be unable to sit her GCSE exams next week due to not being accommodated close...

Pro-choice group claims arson attack on Wisconsin anti-abortion office

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Federal agents and detectives from the Madison police department are investigating a claim by a pro-choice group that it was behind a weekend arson attack on an anti-abortion office in Wisconsin. The headquarters of W...

Home Office admits LGBTQI+ refugees could be persecuted if sent to Rwanda

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The Home Office has admitted that lesbian, gay and bisexual refugees could be persecuted if sent to Rwanda – but still plans to fly them 4,000 miles to Kigali. The department’s equality impact assessment for the polic...

If everyone’s working from home, why is commercial office space booming?

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Many people loved working from home during the pandemic. They got to spend more time with their families, adopted more pets, enjoyed the magic of delivery services, binged Netflix, swapped their suits for sweats and e...

Former police chief condemns pressure to investigate Keir Starmer’s office beer

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Durham’s former police chief has condemned attempts to get his former force to investigate Keir Starmer over allegations of Covid rule-breaking as “hypocritical” and “dangerous” and said there is no evidence the Labou...

Foreign Office investigates reports of captured Briton paraded on Russian TV

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The Foreign Office is investigating reports that a British national has been detained by Russia after a video emerged showing a man in camouflage clothes being questioned. In the video, reportedly shown on Russian tel...

Thousands face losing summer holidays as Passport Office delays continue

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A couple this week told how they face having to cancel their wedding because of continued delays at the Passport Office. Lucia Thompson and her partner, both British nationals who live in Australia, have been told the...

Note for Rees-Mogg: office attendance is no guarantee of efficiency

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It is somewhat rich of Jacob Rees-Mogg to criticise civil servants for not attending the office (Civil service head warns PM against forcing Whitehall workers back to office, 25 April) when it was the Tory government ...

Serious Fraud Office requests documents at Gupta-linked firms

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Investigators from the Serious Fraud Office have requested documents and questioned executives at the British offices of companies owned by the industrialist Sanjeev Gupta, in a sign of deepening legal difficulties fo...

Serious Fraud Office seizes documents at Gupta-linked firms

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Investigators from the Serious Fraud Office have seized documents and questioned executives at the British offices of companies owned by the industrialist Sanjeev Gupta, in a sign of deepening legal difficulties for G...

From The Office to Ten Percent: why some remakes soar (and others suck)

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There are good remakes, and then there are ones so brilliant the US president sends personal congratulations. The American version of The Office might be the greatest TV remake of all time – and the moment that cement...

Civil service head warns PM against forcing Whitehall workers back to office

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The UK’s top civil servant has privately warned Boris Johnson against forcing government workers back to the office amid growing anger in Whitehall over “scare tactics”, the Guardian has learned. Alongside Simon Case,...

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