Mervyn King, the governor of the Bank of England, has reportedly announced a variety of changes designed to appease aggrieved staff after their pay was frozen for two years.
The measures include accelerating washroom refurbishments, fixing canteen food prices at current levels, offering dry cleaning and providing more kitchen facilities to allow staff to bring food from home rather than buying lunch every day, should they so wish.
Bank of England staff reportedly received a memo on April 1 infor
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