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Jacob Rees-Mogg convicted over “unpleasant” notes left for civil servants working from home

Jacob Rees-Mogg is under fire after leaving strange notes on empty desks in evident attack on civil servants working from home.

Cabinet of Ministers minister was branded as a “hooligan and patronizing”, while others critics suggested that his work to monitor the “possibility of Brexit” is not give enough for him to do.

The notes said: “I’m sorry that you out when I visited. I look forward to see you in in office very soon”, and signed”with everyone good wish”.

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