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Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that work-from-home should end because people get distracted and "hack off a piece of cheese" from their fridge.
In an interview with the Daily Mail's sister website, The Mail+, Johnson issued a call for action to businesses to help boost post-pandemic productivity and revitalise the UK's city and town centres.
"My experience of working from home is you spend an awful lot of time making another cup of coffee and then, you know, getting up, walking very slowly to the fridge, hacking off a small piece of cheese, then walking very slowly back to your laptop and then forgetting what it was you're doing. So, I believe in the workplace environment," he told the outlet.
Johnson also said that this would help get "city centres" moving within the "weekdays," which will be great for "mass transit.
"And a lot of businesses that have been having a tough time will benefit from that."
Boris Johnson: Working from home doesn't work\n\u2018In my experience you make a coffee, go to the fridge, hack off a piece of cheese and walk very slowly back to your computer,\u2019 he says\nRead more here:https://www.mailplus.co.uk/edition/news/politics/180878/boris-working-from-home-doesnt-work\u00a0\u2026