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Thermal discomfort is just another reason employees may prefer to continue teleworking. (Shutterstock)

No longer freezing: Working from home can make workplaces more comfortable

Employers can foster equity in the workplace by relaxing current dress codes or providing employees with individual thermostat control and other means to improve their comfort.
Home secretary Priti Patel visits border force staff in Kent as they manage arrivals across the Channel. Alamy/Gareth Fuller

Nationality and Borders Act becomes law: five key changes explained

From sending arrivals to Rwanda to stripping citizenship without notice – it’s little wonder the government has had to fight to get this legislation passed.
The East India House, 1928. From ‘A History of Lloyd’s,’ by Charles Wright and C. Ernest Fayle. Macmillan and Company Limited, London, 1928. Photo by The Print Collector/Getty Images

How the needs of monks and empire builders helped mold the modern-day office

The coronavirus epidemic has made us all rethink our workspaces. But the needs of the times have always influenced the office space – whether for the colonial empire or a growing commerce.
‘It’s gone from being a minority issue to one that affects us all’: the former home secretary, Savid Javid, in a speech on counter-extremism on July 19. Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

What does extremism mean? The British public aren’t sure

A survey by the Commission for Countering Extremism revealed many don’t feel able to define extremism – or found the government’s definition helpful.

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