More big names join the call for action: Bosses urge Boris Johnson to put end ...

More big names join the call for action: Bosses urge Boris Johnson to put end ...
More big names join the call for action: Bosses urge Boris Johnson to put end ...
More big names join the call for action: M&S, Boots, Eddie Stobart and Young's chiefs urge Boris Johnson to put end to the pingdemic madness crippling the economy Nearly 50 top bosses representing hospitality have joined Daily Mail campaign In addition, more than 20 bosses of smaller firms across UK have added name Ministers announced measures on Thursday which will exempt some workers 

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Boots and Marks & Spencer yesterday joined the Mail’s rallying cry to Boris Johnson to end the ‘pingdemic’ madness crippling the economy.

They were among dozens more business leaders and entrepreneurs backing our open letter to the Prime Minister, which demands an end to self-isolation rules for all double-jabbed people.

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It means nearly 50 top bosses representing and employing millions of hospitality, retail, food supplies, manufacturing and transport workers have now joined the campaign.

The new signatories to the Mail¿s letter include M&S boss Steve Rowe (pictured), Boots chief Sebastian James, Caffe Nero¿s Gerry Ford, former Sainsbury¿s boss Justin King and the executive board of haulage firm Eddie Stobart Logistics

The new signatories to the Mail’s letter include M&S boss Steve Rowe (pictured), Boots chief Sebastian James, Caffe Nero’s Gerry Ford, former Sainsbury’s boss Justin King and the executive board of haulage firm Eddie Stobart Logistics

The letter states that ¿people who have been double-vaccinated should be able to avoid having to self-isolate so they can carry on working¿, adding that they should ¿instead have regular tests¿. Pictured, Sebastian James, chief executive of Boots

The letter states that ‘people who have been double-vaccinated should be able to avoid having to self-isolate so they can carry on working’, adding that they should ‘instead have regular tests’. Pictured, Sebastian James, chief executive of Boots

In addition, more than 20 bosses of smaller firms across the country added their names after contacting the Mail. The letter states that ‘people who have been double-vaccinated should be able to avoid having to self-isolate so they can carry on working’, adding that they should ‘instead have regular tests’. It continues: ‘The Government is already proposing this from

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