Due to the outbreak of coronavirus, businesses are facing bankruptcy after they were forced to close during lockdown. Millions of Britons have been encouraged to work from home since the start of the pandemic.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has previously echoed the government advice and urged workers to only use public transport if they have too.
But many businesses across the capital are facing bankruptcy due to the economic fallout from the virus.
The London Mayor has now finally admitted it will be a “big problem” if Londoners do not return to the capital for work.
He said: “The key thing I think we need to understand is that if we all stay at home working it’s a big problem for central London.
“Many small businesses rely on your workers going to work, the cafe bars, the dry cleaners, the shoe repair shops and others.
“When I meet those not just in the culture industry and hospitality, small businesses they are struggling.
“Of course, there’s a choice for you to make a big employer.
“I love London because of its eco-system.
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During the pandemic, Mr Khan has continually criticised Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decisions.
He previously said: “I want to be clear as possible with Londoners – social distancing measures are still in place.
“Lockdown hasn’t been lifted and we all still need to play our part in stopping the spread of COVID-19.
“You must still stay at home as much as possible and to keep a safe two-metre distance from other people at all times when you are out.”