Cabinet minister Grant Shapps today declared that "it's now safe to go back to work'.
Shapps made the claim in a Sky News interview this morning ahead of a government campaign aimed at encouraging staff to return to offices next week.
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The government campaign comes despite a rise in infections in recent weeks and follows a CRN debate which saw MSP bosses go head to head on whether channel firms will need as many offices in the future.
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