Per government advice on who is able to travel to work:
[QUOTE]"Utilities, communication and financial services
This includes staff needed for essential financial services provision (including but not limited to workers in banks, building societies and financial market infrastructure)....."[UNQUOTE]
Ok, so it's fairly essential I travel to my office today if I am to perform payroll and other financial services provisions. But does that work itself constitute essential financial services within the government's definition, above? Or am I lining myself up for a £60 fine and an appearance on News at Ten?
Now that PC Plod will have a say in that, how are other members interpreting such a subjective guideline?