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At midday at union headquarters, agents removed at least a hundred boxes of paperwork, along with several computer hard drives, loading them into a yellow Penske truck.The scene was repeated shortly after 3 p.m., as boxes, computer hard drives, and a laptop were carried from the union business office nearby.What if 'Planet of the Daleks' had been made in the 21st century for the big screen?Here is my movie trailer for this epic story featuring New Series Daleks and a space ship which isn't made from reflective cardboard.Another has a flat cap pulled over his face as he leans back in his chair while a woman works away in the background.Two men were pictured slumped in their chairs fast asleep and another used his desk as a pillow for forty winks.When they take a break, whether they walk around the block, go for a cup of tea or just simply rest, that's surely up to them'Politicians waded into the debate with Tory MP Peter Bone saying: 'It's extraordinary that licence fee payers are effectively paying for people to have a nice kip at work.
BBC News cuts to the news desk and fella is asleep on the desk and jumps up in shock!The BBC, funded by the taxpayer, attempted to make light of the photographs as did a number of its staff. The cameras caught the broadcaster with his head resting on his folded arms just before 8.30am when the BBC’s Breakfast programme switched to the rolling news channel.Its official press office twitter account retweeted an article by the Huffington Post claiming BBC workers who slept on the job were actually doing the right thing. Quite what disturbed his slumbers remains a mystery, but he suddenly sat bolt upright and looked sheepish as he tried to regain his composure beside co-presenter Martine Croxall.'You'd never get away with sleeping at your desk in another newsroom.' Politicians waded into the debate with Tory MP Peter Bone saying: 'It's extraordinary that licence fee payers are effectively paying for people to have a nice kip at work.Someone at the BBC must get to grips with this' The BBC responded earlier today and a spokesman said: 'This is a misleading story about people working a long night shift.