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'The rule of six increases the fear factor'. Sir Martin Sorrell tells LBC the Government is to blame over workers' reluctance to return to the office. @NickFerrariLBC  | @martinsorrell 

Business leader Sir Martin Sorrell told LBC that the government should "lead by example" in encouraging workers to return to the office

Marketing supremo Sir Martin Sorrell has slammed the government's campaign to get people back to their offices, saying it 'has itself to blame', as workers shun public transport over Covid-19 safety fears. @NickFerrariLBC  asks: do you agree?

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Sir Martin Sorrell's S4 Capital is only growing. In it's earnings on Wednesday, the company reported a 6.9 percent jump in revenue.

Sir Martin Sorrell's S4 Capital is only growing. In it's earnings on Wednesday, the company reported a 6.9 percent jump in revenue.

The advertising mogul Sir Martin Sorrell has told LBC the government must sort out transport policy if it wants people to go back to the workplace. @TomSwarbrick1  | @martinsorrell 

Robert Jenrick and Sir Martin Sorrell tell LBC they are very concerned about city centres in the post-coronavirus recovery. @TomSwarbrick1  asks: How can we get city centres back moving and people back to work?

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Advertising mogul Sir Martin Sorrell tells LBC the government must sort out transport policy if they want to get people back to the office: "A lot of our people don't want to go on public transport because of the fear of infection." @TomSwarbrick1  | @martinsorrell 

Ad mogul Sir Martin Sorrell: 'I didn't want to retire – I have a point to prove'

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Sir Martin Sorrell steps down as CEO of the world's largest advertising agency, WPP

Exclusive: Sir Martin Sorrell quits as chief executive of WPP Group after 32 years, saying it is “in the interest of clients and stakeholders for me to step aside” after allegations about his personal conduct. Full story on shortly.

Sky News understands Sir Martin Sorrell has resigned as chief executive of marketing services group WPP after 32 years

WPP boss Sir Martin Sorrell on the Brexit: 'This is not good news, to say the least'

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Sir Martin Sorrell on F1's past, present and future >> #F1 

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