Tuesday 1 September 2020 12:01 am

The City View: Wework's Mathieu Proust on the future of the office

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Today Andy Silvester steps in for Christian May, and talks to Wework’s UK boss Mathieu Proust.

The property firm’s chief offers his opinions on the value of office space and flexibility, the future of London as a global hub and the outfit’s plans to rebound from a dire 2019. 

Andy also looks at the latest in the ongoing saga over the future ownership of Tiktok, the backlash to plans for tax rises in the UK and the upcoming hike in the price of a humble plastic bag.

Read more: The City View: Richard Holt of Oxford Economics on the future of cities

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