‘Covid bubble’ | Queen faces backlash in Xmas worker row

Queen faces backlash in Xmas worker row

As the Christmas season fast approaches, employers may ask staff to work overtime or put in a few extra shifts to cope with the busy time of year. However, with the anxieties of coronavirus weighing heavily on workers, some may revolt against the demands of their employers. This has been the case for some Royal Household employees. According to the Metro, the Queen has allegedly been left feeling ‘furious’ after her staff have refused to stay with her in a ‘Covid bubble’ over the festive period. It’s reported that 20 staff members have been asked to remain at the Sandringham estate to support HRH, Prince Philip and other members of the Royal Family. However, it seems that these employees have revolted against these demands, as they are unwilling to self-isolate...

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