Wales’s first minister had the idea to keep a third of the workforce on rotation at home permanently.
Laurence Lee is a senior correspondent for Al Jazeera, based in London, having first joined the channel in 2007 as Delhi correspondent. He has spent m... any years covering European news with a particular focus on migration and Brexit. Before joining Al Jazeera, Laurence worked at the BBC and Sky News. He has reported from dozens of countries around the world, spent several years in Jerusalem and Moscow, and has won many international awards for his work.
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