There is a saying that when an accusation is repeated, it becomes difficult to discern what is real. That certainly became the case during the past two years, when critics of the government’s coronavirus strategy would label Britain as having the worst death toll throughout Europe. Yet a landmark, peer-reviewed study – published in the Lancet – shows Britain to be one of the best-performing European countries.
Two years on, hybrid working assessed
In the UK, hybrid working is running at roughly three times the levels seen before the pandemic and there are few signs of fatigue with it setting in.