'Stop now' | Council fights back against Gov's opposition to 4-day week with longer trial

Council fights back against Gov's opposition to 4-day week with longer trial

South Cambridgeshire district council has decided to press ahead with its trial of a four-day workweek, despite strong opposition from the UK Government.

Back in July, South Cambridgeshire district council, led by the Liberal Democrats opted to continue plans to implement the four-day week, in direct defiance of Government Minister Lee Rowley’s demand to stop.

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